Our promise: Chromium provides users full transparency and control over the information managed by the browser.
Furthermore, we’re constantly trying to improve privacy aspects of your browsing experience by implementing new innovative privacy features.
If you discover a privacy issue, e.g. a behavior where your personal information is not adequately protected, or used in an non-transparent or unexpected fashion, or bugs related to existing privacy features such as the content settings, please file a bug in our public bug tracker.
For privacy issues other than reporting a bug, you can email us: email@example.com. For non-confidential discussions, please post to the technical discussion forums.
To ensure users maintain a consistent way to control their experience with the web, new privacy relevant features are required to undergo a privacy review. Through these reviews, developers receive feedback on how to improve user control and over how Chromium handles user data.
Additionally, the Google Chrome Privacy Notice describes the privacy practices that are specific to the Google Chrome family of products. If you want to learn more about Google Chrome's privacy features you can also check out the Google Chrome Privacy landing page and the Google Chrome Privacy Whitepaper which describes what information is transmitted to Google and why, as well as how to disable certain features in Google Chrome which affect your privacy.