Google Privacy Policy Changes To Support Data-Sharing

Google Privacy Policy Changes To Support Data-Sharing
technology

The three key features will be focused around cross-product data usage, personalization and collaboration.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 26 january 2012

Amid a lot of discussion about the overt use of personal data in its search engine results, Google appears to have responded by emailing its users today with an outline of new privacy policies. The new privacy policy which will come into effect on March 1 will supercede what the tech company says is 60 policies spread across its sites. The three key features will be focused around cross-product data usage, personalization and sharing. The email says:

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