Chrome To Remove Secure Label On HTTPS Sites

Recently, Google has announced that from September 2018 Chrome will stop labeling the HTTPS sites as secured in the address bar and from October 2018 will mark red to the HTTP sites as not secured.

Recently, Google has announced that from September 2018 Chrome will stop labeling the HTTPS sites as secured in the address bar and from October 2018 will mark red to the HTTP sites as not secured.
 
The company states in its official blog
 
Users should expect that the web is safe by default, and they’ll be warned when there’s an issue. Since we’ll soon start marking all HTTP pages as “not secure”, we’ll step towards removing Chrome’s positive security indicators so that the default unmarked state is secure. Chrome will roll this out over time, starting by removing the “Secure” wording and HTTPS scheme in September 2018 (Chrome 69).”
 
 
Source: Chromium blog
 
 
Source: Chromium blog
 
The complete information can be gathered from the Chromium Blog.
 
This is a good move from Google. Now, when following HTTPS protocol is the standard set by Google for websites, marking HTTP red makes better sense.