Guide to Chromebook Privacy Settings for Students | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Update December 17, 2015: Added an explanation of how to encrypt Chrome Sync data so that students can take advantage of Chrome Sync without sharing their browsing history and other personal information with Google, and pointed out that enabling autofill and password saving is OK if Chrome Sync is disabled or encrypted.

If your child’s school issued them a Chromebook, there are some important settings you can chance to improve their privacy. Be sure to also check out our Guide to Google Account Privac

Source: Guide to Chromebook Privacy Settings for Students | Electronic Frontier Foundation