I’ve been asked to make a monitoring system for Chrome. My manager wants it to automatically apply when users sign in to Chrome (with our G Suite account) (even at home, on non-work computers),and to have the system run in Incognito mode. Is this possible, and if so, what software should we use for it?

Update: Now he wants it to be invisible to users. I strongly doubt that this is possible, but if there is any program that can do this, please let me know.

Additional details: Chrome on Windows Yes, he will allow data from his account to be stored.

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    First, the users would need to install this spyware in chrome on their home system. I think that's a questionable request and probably violates some privacy laws. That's neither here nor there, though. Has your manager considered that not everyone uses Chrome? There are quite a number of browsers out there. IMHO, his idea is ill-conceived and dangerous from a legal standpoint. – NothingToSeeHere Jul 25 '19 at 18:10
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    Apart from that, the question lacks details: on what OS? How much is the manager willing to pay? Will he allow access to data accumulated from his logons (including on his personal/home machines) to all users? Afraid the part with the non-work computers at home must be considered illegal in most places. By the way, what do you mean by "sign in to Chrome"? – Izzy Jul 25 '19 at 20:03
  • Here’s his responses: 1. Enterprise Chrome policy (user-level) 2. The majority of people use Chrome. 3. Just go figure it out. – user56621 Jul 26 '19 at 2:00
  • Sounds like you need a new boss. He doesn't have a firm grasp on legality or reality.Good luck. – NothingToSeeHere Jul 26 '19 at 10:58

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