Google Privacy Council Says 2 Clauses Are Vague
Posted 31 May 2007 - 08:34 AM
I call them escape-like clauses although maybe that gives too much an impression of a well thought out plan.
I think they just happen to be vague. Dot.
Respecting everybody's opinions on the matter, the privacy issue with data with the current Google is getting old. It's not a problem.
Who owns Google and therefore your data, that is a problem.
I wonder if there is any legally binding way in which the current direction of the company can exclude private data from future business deals -- and if that would indeed make sense.
Posted 10 June 2007 - 01:35 PM
"Google's privacy policies worst on web"
While a number of other Internet companies have troubling policies, none comes as close to Google to "achieving status as an endemic threat to privacy," Privacy International said in an explanation of its findings.
The fear has risen since Google's acquistion of Doubleclick.
Of course, Google takes issue with this article.
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