Europeans Fire Broadsides at Google Over Privacy

by Blogburger on July 7, 2013

The UK and Germany have become the latest European countries to demand that Google amend the privacy policy revamp it launched in April 2012, which consolidated user data across all its services. The Information Commissioner’s Office in the UK announced that it has sent a letter to Google notifying it that its changes raise “serious questions” about compliance with the UK Data Protection Act. The UK and Germany are among six European countries that April announced in April that they would take legal action against Google over the issue.

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