France Against Google’s Privacy RulesAdded: Friday, March 2nd, 2012
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In response, the French regulator said that both CNIL and European information authorities are already deeply concerned about such combination of personal information across several services and express strong doubts about the legitimacy and fairness of this processing, as well as its compliance with EU data protection law.
The search giant was going to put the changes into effect this month and has replied to EU regulators to continue and multiply for asking for a delay. In the official press-release, the company said it would be happy to answer questions from the EU information protection authorities, but the privacy policies will be changed when scheduled anyway.
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Friday, March 2nd, 2012
|posted by (2012-03-03 13:25:12)|
|I don't see how Europe could ever duplicate Google. It's a completely different mentality. I can see why they like to attack it though. And that's good.. keep Google on their toes and honest.||
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