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Dutch regulator: ‘Google spins an invisible web of our personal data’

29
Nov
2013

A Dutch regulator on Thursday said that Google’s privacy policy update in March 2012 that covers all the online services offered by the search giant is in breach of local laws. “Google spins an invisible web of our personal data, without our consent,” Jacob Kohnstamm, chairman of the College for the Protection of Personal Data said. “And that is forbidden by law.” In a press release, the regulator said that Google is collecting information about its users through various services and combines the obtained data in order to deliver tailored ads and content to users. But Google isn’t informing users adequately about the data combining process, nor does it offer them an option to consent to or reject the personal

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