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This won't help if you're not responsible for the website causing the errors, but if this is happening to a website you're managing, you may want to look at the HTML for any odd code that was added. My institution uses SharePoint as their CMS & when I looked at the code, I noticed that there were several lines of jargon that the system had somehow added to each photo on the page. I deleted this extra code & now all of the links are working in Chrome again.
It may be cold comfort, but at least you are not the only person experiencing this. The only advice that I've seen is to clear your cache and cookies, which sounds like the kind of thing tech support says when they don't have a clue.