From time to time, Google may discover a item in the Chrome Web Store that violates the Chrome Web Store Developer Agreement or other legal agreements, laws, regulations or policies. In such an instance, Google retains the right to remotely remove those items from your browser at its sole discretion. If that occurs Google will make reasonable efforts to recover the purchase price of the application, if any, from the originating Developer on your behalf. If Google is unable to recover the full amount of the purchase price, it will divide any recovered amounts between the affected users on a pro rata basis.
If you notice that an installed item is missing from the store, we advise you to remove the item. Learn more about how to uninstall and manage your store items.