Sometimes, I paste some data in a Chrome tab address bar as a temporary storage. It usually happens when I want to save more then one thing in the clipboard. It's handy because I am always with Chrome opened and the bar has some nice "features" as striping off any formatting the data had had from its source.
I also do that trick with sensitive data such as a password I am copying from a password generator.
I never pressed ENTER while the information stood on the bar, so I thought I was safe. But now I've just realized that these bars are not exactly "neutral". For example, the search suggestions feature probably reads the data I typed there and sends it to Google servers, even before I pressed ENTER.
Does someone with more knowledge on Chromium project know how private is data typed in a address bar before one presses ENTER?