I recently ran an update to Mojave 10.14.4, and following this update, I was prompted by "Internet Accounts" to re-authorise access to my Google account.
Notice that I only wish to syncrhonise Calendars and Notes in this panel, and not my Mail or Contacts. My concern is that, when I proceed to opening Safari and enter my credentials to authorise access, this is what the permission request looks like:
As you can see, the request includes full access to my email account. I have tried disabling the synchronisation of my Notes, but this does not seem to change the request.
It would appear then, that following the update to Mojave 10.14.4, "macOS" requests a blanket permission to my Google account regardless of my sync preferences. I would like to know why that is, and if there is any way to only give access to what I would like to sync, and nothing more.