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

    We are also in touch with other data protection authorities in the EU and elsewhere through the Article 29 Working Party and the GPEN network to coordinate the response to this development. This article was originally published on V3.

  2. Last Ditch Efforts to Halt New Google Privacy Policy

    Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin from the Commission Nationale de L'informatique et Des Libertes (CNIL), which is leading the Article 29 Working Party's investigation into Google's changes, said Google’s new privacy policies don’t conform to European laws.

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

    In the letter to Article 29 Working Party chairman Jacob Kohnstamm, Google’s Global Privacy Counsel Peter Fleischer notes they have not changed their approach to privacy and that they “met with many of your counterparts in other countries in the...

  4. SearchDay | Bing from the Agency Perspective

    First up, Google has been asked by a the European Article 29 Working Party to keep "unblurred" photos for Street View for as little time as possible. Go read the article, then come back here and vote on what you think is going on here.

  5. Privacy Roundup: Google Street View, French Law, and Congressional Hearings

    First up, Google has been asked by a the European Article 29 Working Party to keep "unblurred" photos for Street View for as little time as possible. Google says it's working with the Article 29 Working Party to determine the amount of time they...

  6. Google Responds to FTC's Self-Regulatory Principles

    These comments also come in the wake of news from Europe of a policy adopted by the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party, which would reduce data collection by search engines to just 6 months. In addition, our AdSense product allows us to...

  7. European Group Wants to Cut Search Engine Data Storage

    The Article 29 Data Protection Working Party met for 2 days in Brussels last week and agreed that six months should be the maximum amount of time data is stored. Almost a month after the EU approved Google's DoubleClick acquisition, officials from...