Many of you had a lot to say about this subject. Some had thoughtful comments, while others made you double blink. Let's take a look at ZDNet's Community Managers top picks.
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Zack Whittaker (Read more) Starting in Chrome 68 -- scheduled for July -- all sites and pages without encryption will be flagged by Chrome.
ZDNet memberkouzen: By making everything secure, they ensure that nothing is secure.
ZDNet member Order_66: This benefits the user because there are no cons, only pros. The user doesn't have to lift a finger to change or do anything at all but regardless of whatever theoretically perceived hacking is out there, the user is still more safe.
ZDNet member cdgoldin: This is more inconvenience for the user under the guise of enhanced security. Those websites that need to be secure already use HTTPS. Those that don't, don't. And a hacker can access either with equal ease.