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Google's privacy policy draws fire from Europe

John P. Mello Jr. | April 3, 2013
Six European countries want the search giant to change its unified privacy policy. But that could have an impact on the services Google is able to offer because of all the data it collects from customers.

"Google and Facebook and others will continue to make scads of money because we're all totally dependent on digital communications," he added. "But they're going to have to offer consumers a greater ability to make some decisions about their data."

The changes proposed by the EU task force "are not going to put a dent in any services whatsoever, but it will make Google play fairer," Chester said.


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