EU Regulators Push Google To Revamp Privacy Policy

Law360, New York (October 16, 2012, 7:08 PM EDT) -- European Union privacy regulators on Tuesday urged Google Inc. to revise its latest privacy policy to provide users with enhanced notice and choice about how their data is handled across platforms, as Google rebuffed assertions that its policy violates the bloc's data protection rules.

Following a probe led by France's National Commission for Data Protection into a new privacy policy that Google implemented on March 1, the regulators concluded that Google “fail[ed] to respect” the bloc's data protection principles of purpose limitation, data quality, data minimization,...
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