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EU tells Google to make its new privacy policy clearer and to give users easier opt-out

Posted October 16, 2012 EU regulators have asked Google to shape up its new privacy policy – a policy that most regulators found too vague and too tough for users to opt out of. But neither clarity nor easy user opt-out work in Google’s favor, and many of us are too addicted to cut the […]

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EPIC sues FTC over Google’s planned privacy changes

Posted February 13, 2012 The Electronic Privacy Information Center is suing the Federal Trade Commission in an attempt to compel the agency to stop Google’s planned privacy changes. Read it. 

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Opinion: Google’s privacy change – evil or business as usual?

Posted January 26, 2012 Google says it will start tracking us across all its services – Gmail, Search, YouTube, etc. – and that it will share data on our activity across all of them. Does it put into question Google’s motto, “Don’t be evil?” Read it.

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