Google To Give Users More Info On Privacy Policy In S. Korea

Law360, Chicago (April 6, 2012, 5:39 PM EDT) -- Google Inc. has agreed to provide more information about its new privacy policy to South Korean users in response to concerns raised by the Korea Communications Commission, the company confirmed Friday.

Korean media outlets first reported the deal Thursday, saying the communications watchdog had announced that the Internet search behemoth would supplement its privacy policy to better notify users in that country about data collection that would take place under the new system.

"We place great importance on respecting the law in all countries where we...
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