Yup.... I am amazed that AppleInsider readers missed the article about how Google surrepticiously installs the keystone process that does not even show up on your process viewer... in fact they coded it that way. Also ... when you delete Chrome, you still have the Keystone process left behind.
Most of my Mac buds ...that give a darn about their computers pegging on processing... had visited that site and long ago switched to the Brave browser... made from Chromium... but does not include the Google badness that steals and scrapes all your data from your computer.
;-). Good job at listing that site again...