Google Chrome: Terms of service "Section 11" updates

Google said that it plans to alter contract terms that gave the search provider broad rights to use anything entered into the browser. Google has announced the terms of service updation: “So for Google Chrome, only the first sentence of Section 11 should have applied. We're sorry we overlooked this, but we've fixed it now, […]

Google said that it plans to alter contract terms that gave the search provider broad rights to use anything entered into the browser. Google has announced the terms of service updation: “So for Google Chrome, only the first sentence of Section 11 should have applied. We're sorry we overlooked this, but we've fixed it now, and you can read the updated Google Chrome terms of service. If you're into the fine print, here's the revised text of Section 11:“

11. Content license from you
11.1 You retain copyright and any other rights you already hold in Content which you submit, post or display on or through, the Services.
And that's all. Period. End of section.