Do you see this message “Your data on all websites, Your tabs and browsing activity“? When you install for the first time a Chrome extension in your Google Chrome browser (that is coming from the Chrome web store), you will see this warning message with the install button:
“Your data on all websites” and “Your tabs and browsing activity“
But what is the meaning of this message and is this dangerous?
Quote from the lead developer Stefan
Privacy is very important for me and also for my users. And a Chrome extension must be simple and clean.
This explains more about these phrases.
Your data on all websites
- “Your data on all websites“:
Your tabs and browsing activity
- “Your tabs and browsing activity“:
This means that the Chrome extension opens a welcome page when you install for the first time the Turn Off the Lights Chrome extension.
You can read more about this specific permission here on Google Chrome Developer Code’s documentation.
Tip to choose and install a good extension.
It’s best to install Chrome extensions from the Chrome web store and to read the review on that extension page.
If you need more helps contact the Google Chrome help forum and one of the Silver Star or a Product Experts will help you further.
Do you found technical, factual and grammatical errors on the Turn Off the Lights website?
You can report a technical problem using the Turn Off the Lights online technical error feedback form.