Google’s new privacy policy

GoogleGoogle’s new privacy policy will work from March 1, 2012. Google has brought major changes in its privacy policy permitting its users to build a comprehensive profile. The policy allows the data collected from one Google service to be shared with its other services and products such as YouTube, Gmail and Blogger as more than 60 privacy policies for different services would be combined into one main policy.

[hana-code-insert name=’StumbleUpon’ /][hana-code-insert name=’Reddit’ /] Fox News has reported that the privacy policy even allows getting more personal information of the users. They have reported that from Thursday Google will have even more deeper information of its 1 billion users throughout the world but the information will be helpful for the company to build more powerful features in its products.

European and U.S. consumer advocacy groups in coalition have appealed to the Internet Search giant to delay changes to its privacy policies. The Times of India has reported that French regulators will probe into the Google’s new privacy policy as they are breaching into the European Laws. The CNIL (Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés) has reported that it will investigate the latest policy by Google and would send its questions by mid-March.

Google has reported to the Canada’s privacy commissioner that users have not to worry about the new changes. The company reported this in a letter to Jennifer Stoddart.

In this time of privacy issues, Abine has some solution for all the users of the internet. It is a browser add-on making it simpler to control your privacy online. Through this software users will be able to keep their information secret. Google itself has reported about how to keep your data secure.

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