Google Privacy Infringed Dutch LegislationAdded: Monday, December 2nd, 2013
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The tech giant has problems after a Dutch privacy watchdog ruled that Google’s way of bringing in personal information from its numerous online services violated Dutch data protection legislation.
The seven-month investigation by the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) of Google is finally over and the outfit asked the tech giant to show up at a meeting in order to discuss its concerns.
The industry observers point out that the Dutch decision is part of a general concern in the European Union that sensitive information shouldn’t flow into foreign jurisdictions, especially after the United States started insisting that any information which came close to its country could be spied on and analyzed by its spooks.
The chairman of the Dutch Data Protection Authority said that Google spins an invisible web of Dutch personal information, without consent, which is forbidden by law. The outfit points out that the giant fails to properly inform users what kind of personal information it collects and combines, and what for.
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Monday, December 2nd, 2013
|posted by (2013-12-02 15:47:19)|
|i stop using google long time ago.|
|posted by (2013-12-03 01:56:01)|
|Is it a co-incidence that Google is named as such because its hidden agenda is "Go & Ogle"?|
|sound like the DPA was sleeping on the job and got mad when their secret was told! Either that or the old buddy hire system|
is not going to cut it anymore! need to hire the real techs! LOL!
|Not sharing data amongst different services without user's explicit consent is plain common sense. All of Silicon Valley should be punished for that. Google is not alone. Apple, of its own initiative, consolidated multiple Apple IDs without considering that a family may share its music on a single Apple ID, but each of the family's member wants privacy using their own iPhone with a separate Apple ID. So now parents have access to their kid's private text messages; spouses have access to their partners private text messages; where does it end? Are we all to become little ants toiling to assemble big data for Silicon Valley to make big money, at the expense of our own lives? No *f* way. Time to dismantle this bad Silicon Valley business model and take again control of our lives.|
|DNT and maskme by Abine work well to prevent tracking from 100`s of companies and by using maskme you can sign in as whoever you want when logging into websites you do not wish to have your details. ( :^D)|
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