Google Privacy Counsel Braces For Scrutiny

Law360, Washington (March 9, 2012, 4:20 PM EST) -- Google Inc.’s senior corporate privacy counsel revealed Friday that the company is bracing for more regulatory scrutiny of its policies, but — like privacy counsel at Facebook Inc. — he welcomed the ability of this oversight to improve the security of the company's programs.

Despite a recent consent order with the Federal Trade Commission and an audit by the U.K.’s information commissioner, the company isn’t expecting external evaluations of its privacy practices to cease anytime soon, Google senior corporate privacy counsel Keith Enright said during the...
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