Google responds to the Trustees for Privacy

google privacyGoogle responded very quickly and timely to the letter from the Trustees European Personal Data: a response to the fact that keeps the group on their positions on privacy, but that takes time waiting to examine in detail the indications coming from 'EU.
 
Reads the statement from Mountain View:
 
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We have received the report and we are considering at this time. Our new privacy policy demonstrates our continued commitment to protect our users' information and create useful products. We are confident that our privacy policy complies with European law.
 
The EU has in fact spoken of offenses at this stage, but nonetheless asks Google to some changes in its policy. In particular it asks that the user has the possibility of an opt-out and that the information on the way in which data are crossed are available in a more transparent.
 
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