Unhappy Google's Not Changed Privacy Policy, EU Vows Six Individual EU Nations Will Press On

Unhappy Google's Not Changed Privacy Policy, EU Vows Six Individual EU Nations Will Press On

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New The European Union’s privacy watchdog announced today that as Google hasn’t made suggested changes to its privacy policy, it will continue investigating. Well, six EU countries will, to see if there’s actual action to be taken against Google. The European Union’s... Please visit Marketing Land for the full article....
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