Recently I've begun to see common pop-ups when visiting sites on which I do not have an account.
The pop-ups prompt me with my real name and Google sign-in email, which is being provided either by being signed in to Google/Gmail or being signed in to the desktop Chrome browser.
Sign in to example.com with Google
The functionality providing this seems to be "Google YOLO" and/or "One-tap sign-up and automatic sign-in":
One-tap sign-up and automatic sign-in
You can provide seamless authentication flows to your users with Google's one-tap sign-up and automatic sign-in APIs.
With one-tap sign-up, users are prompted to create an account with a dialog that's inline with your page's content, so they're never taken out of context by a sign-up page. With just one tap, they get a secure, token-based, passwordless account with your service, protected by their Google Account. And, of course, since there's such little sign-up friction, users are much more likely to register.
I frequently see the pop-up, obscuring the content, when I follow a link to Medium.com. "Sign in to medium.com with Google"
It is also being added to other random websites across the internet:
I don't object in principle to using my Google account to sign up for a service, but I do not want these pop-ups obscuring the site contents on page load.
This pop-up feels like a "notification" from Chrome, prompting me to use my signed-in Chrome account. It appears to be something I should be able to disable, like Chrome notifications, in my local copy of my web browser software.
Or, if not a Chrome browser notification, it also feels like something I should be able to disable from my Google account settings.
How do I disable these pop-ups and ensure they are not shown on any website? Settings-type changes preferred over content blockers, if possible.