A new option has shown up in Chromium builds that allows users to choose what type of cached personal data should be encrypted as it's sent to Google's cloud. Until now, only saved passwords have been encrypted, but the new option would conceivably cover everything from saved form data, like credit card numbers, to Omnibar auto-completions and what extensions are installed. [Browser Scene]
Option To Encrypt All Synced Personal Data Coming To Chrome
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