I just checked. It appears enhanced protection is on by default.
It is on my browser and I don't recall changing it. But I don't
have the problem you are having. What screen-reader are you using?
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On 6/21/2022 1:13 PM, Aine Kelly
I recently turned on Enhanced Protection for browsing which can be
found under chrome's settings in the Privacy and Security tab.
Unfortunately for screen reader users, this mode doesn't only tell
you about safety breaches, but also about all the safe URLs. I
haven't experimented with it that much yet, but on a google search
results page, if you arrow down from a given search result
heading, after you get to "About this result", the notification
about the URLs safe status steels focus and puts the cursor at the
top of the page.
This obviously is a nuisance, and I'm not quite sure what the best
solution is for now which is why I'm writing here. In an ideal
world, it would be possible to set Chrome to only tell you about
safety issues and leave you alone as long as all is well but still
have enhanced protection turned on. Short of that, it's not super
obvious what to do as presumably if you remove focus from the safe
website announcements, you're also going to miss problem alerts.