The EU presents to Google a proposal of changes in its privacy of data
The European Union has presented to Google a list of changes that will have to take to end to modify their policies of privacy of data. The EU affirms that the privacy must be in accordance with the communitarian laws and, therefore, Google will have to realise these changes.
Within the list of measures that sets out it would be necessary to emphasize the fact to also inform into clear way the intentions for which it collects the data of the users or, that other organizations will have access to the personal information of the consumers of their services.
This propose list arrives at countries as Spain, Italy, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Holland, since investigations against the new policy of privacy of Mountain View have been carried out, that at the moment is identical for all services.
Apparently, from Google they are open to the opinions, communicating that will review with attention the list of proposals with possibility of discussing what will change of their policy.
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