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Google Responds to 'Right to Be Forgotten' Questionnaire

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Google has issued a public response to a questionnaire from the Article 29 Working Party and notes it has moved quickly to comply with the court's ruling and its approach will evolve over time. Google has issued a public response to a questionnaire from the Article 29 Working Party and notes it has moved quickly to comply with the court's ruling and its approach will evolve over time. 0 Comments

French Privacy Watchdog Fines Google €150,000

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Google has been fined by the French data protection authority after it ruled that Google's privacy policy doesn't comply with the country's data protection laws. Google must publish an announcement of the decision on its France homepage for two days. Google has been fined by the French data protection authority after it ruled that the firm doesn't comply with the country's data protection laws. 0 Comments

Turns Out Google Didn't Actually Delete All Its UK Street View Data

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Google has admitted it has discovered more WiFi data collected by its Street View cars that it has failed to delete. Google's WiFi data collection incidents gave the company a huge privacy black eye in numerous countries around the globe. Google has admitted it has discovered more WiFi data collected by its Street View cars that it has failed to delete. Google's WiFi data collection incidents gave the company a huge privacy black eye in numerous countries around the globe. 0 Comments

Last Ditch Efforts to Halt New Google Privacy Policy

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Even as users remain ignorantly blissful, last-ditch efforts continue to prevent Google’s new privacy policy from being implemented this Thursday, March 1. French regulators call the policy unlawful while privacy group EPIC continues its fight. Even as users remain ignorantly blissful, last-ditch efforts continue to prevent Google’s new privacy policy from being implemented this Thursday, March 1. French regulators call the policy unlawful while privacy group EPIC continues its fight. 0 Comments

Google Won't Pause New Privacy Policy - Should They Have To?

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Google refuses to bend to EU regulators, who have asked the company to hold off on rolling out their new privacy policy. In the U.S., Google responded to a letter and attended a closed-door privacy briefing with members of Congress. Google refuses to bend to EU regulators, who have asked the company to hold off on rolling out their new privacy policy. In the U.S., Google responded to a letter and attended a closed-door privacy briefing with members of Congress. 0 Comments