Archive | March, 2012

Google’s Privacy Rules Grow, But Do Protections?

1. March 2012

“Google claims that it’s attempting to streamline its policies — in fact, it’s about building even more detailed digital dossiers about the people who use Google services so that Google will get more ad revenue.,” says John M. Simpson, director of Consumer Watchdog’s Privacy Project, a California-based non-profit organization.“

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Google’s New “Privacy” Policy Is Really A “Spy Policy,” Consumer Watchdog Says

1. March 2012

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Google’s New “Privacy” Policy Is Really A “Spy Policy,” Consumer Watchdog Says

SANTA MONICA, CA – As Google today killed 60 separate “privacy” policies for its services and said it would now combine data between services despite widespread objection, Consumer Watchdog said the new unified policy isn’t a privacy policy; it is a “spy policy.”

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