The browser developer has been going for this for a long time and now in the new version, announced in June this year, all HTTP-resources will be marked as unsafe. This tag will look like this:
This policy is not new for the company, because over the past years experts have been pushing service owners to work on HTTPS. Management explains this by the fact that this focus, first of all, is connected with ensuring security in the network. This behavior of Google was reflected in the better side:
The situation with HTTP-sites, which will happen this summer, was announced as early as the fall of 2016. And in January last year, the browser began to mark this way HTTP-pages that have forms for entering credit card information, logins, passwords, etc. Prior to this, in October, there were any pages on this protocol that were visited in incognito mode.