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      EU Privacy Regulators Take Aim at Google Privacy Policy

      Mar 13, 2013
      According to NBC News, the European Union is planning to take action against Google for its privacy policy. The policy allows the search engine to pool user data from across its services.

      According to NBC News, the European Union is planning to take action against Google for its privacy policy. The policy allows the search engine to pool user data from across its services. Data protection regulators view the policy as posing a high risk to individuals’ privacy. Last year, Google consolidated privacy policies allowing the company to combine user information from all of its services such as from YouTube, Gmail and Google+. 

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