Google Seeks To Allay Privacy Fears Over Storage Service

Law360, New York (April 26, 2012, 8:06 PM EDT) -- Google Inc. sought Thursday to reassure users about the privacy of files stored on the cloud storage service Drive after this week's launch was greeted with fears over how the online giant might use the data.

Drive is governed by the same terms of service as many of Google's other services. Much of the concern arose from a section in that policy that says Google has a worldwide license to use, communicate, publicly display and distribute uploaded content to operate, promote and improve Google's services....
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