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By now you might have already seen Google showing a notification on top of its search website with a message that it is updating its Terms of Service and it wants you to know about them before they come into effect on March 31, 2020. It is common to ignore such emails and notifications, but this time it’s different. You’ve to check those as the new terms apply to Google Chrome, Chrome OS and Google Drive also.

Chrome’s Terms of Service are changing Notification

Google has now started to push Terms of Service changing notification to Chrome users to let them know about new terms. We’ve received a notification today with a message informing the same with “Got it” and “Review” buttons: “Chrome’s Terms of Service are changing March 31 Please review the new terms”.




If you click Review, you’ll be taken to Google Chrome Terms of Service EULA page where it provides links to check new terms and additional terms. The page also provides a link to FAQ where you’ll find more options if you don’t agree to new terms. Google simply asks to stop using their services if you don’t agree to their new terms.




We’re updating the terms of service for Chrome on March 31, 2020. The new terms will include Google’s Terms of Service and the Google Chrome and Chrome OS additional terms of service. Until then, the terms below continue to apply. See a summary of the key changes for more details.


  • See a preview of the new Terms and Additional Terms.


If you don’t agree to our new Terms, you can find more information about your options in our Frequently Asked Questions.



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