Google has announced new policies for Chrome extensions and Drive that will restrict third party apps’ access to user data. Chrome extension developers will now be required to request the least amount of user data their app needs to function. Third party apps like Pixlr that connect with Google Drive to function in some situations, will now be be barred from accessing all files. The changes have been brought under Project Strobe that was launched last year to review how third party apps handle users’ Google account and Android device data.
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