Google has revealed that it will crack down harder on Chrome browser extensions in October.
At this time, the Mountain View, California-based tech giant will conduct Project Strobe, a review of third-party developer access to Google account and Android device data.
Developers found in violation of these rules will have their extensions booted from the Chrome web store. They’ll then need to prove themselves compliant in order to be reinstated.
Google first revealed Project Strobe last October 2018 following a massive data exposure through its Google+ service.