Sunday, June 10, 2007

Business & Technology | Report raps Google on privacy policies | Seattle Times Newspaper

More on the Google headline of the day (no subscription required for this one, unlike the WSJ story referenced in an earlier post) 

"We are disappointed with Privacy International's report, which is based on numerous inaccuracies and misunderstandings about our services," said Nicole Wong, Google's deputy general counsel.

"It's a shame that Privacy International decided to publish its report before we had an opportunity to discuss our privacy practices with them."

Business & Technology | Report raps Google on privacy policies | Seattle Times Newspaper

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