British Watchdog's Audit Lauds Google's Privacy Changes

Law360, New York (September 18, 2012, 8:53 PM EDT) -- The British privacy regulator on Monday praised Google Inc.'s revamped privacy training and awareness efforts, saying that a recent audit led it to the conclusion that the company had improved these practices during the past year.

In a follow-up data protection audit report, the Information Commissioner's Office found that Google had made “progress” to put in place the steps to enhance privacy that the ICO had requested in its initial July 2011 audit, which was prompted by a November 2010 settlement that resolved allegations that the...
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