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  •  For anyone who doesn't want to be ignorant (0+ / 0-)

    about Google's record with privacy laws and challenging them

    On Tuesday, six European data protection authorities (DPAs) lambasted Google for continued violations of European privacy rules.

    Under Google's new unified privacy policy, which was put into place last year, European authorities argue that it's nearly impossible for users to understand what personal data is being used for what purpose. As a result of investigations by DPAs in France, Spain (PDF, Spanish), the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Italy, all EU countries are now free to “carry out further investigations” based on their own national law.

    I don't dislike the company and  in fact think overall its a okay other than its way to large (antitrust issues)

    Perhaps you should become more aware of its legal battles?

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