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Google Accused Over Privacy Law


Google Accused Over Privacy Law

Privacy groups are accusing Google of violating California law in its reluctance to provide a direct link to its privacy policy on its homepage.


Google maintains that it already does and that its privacy policy can be found by going through its search engine or by clicking on "About Google".

In a conference call, a coalition of privacy organisations told journalists that was not good enough and it has written to Google.

The groups involved include the Electronic Privacy Information Centre, the World Privacy Forum, Consumer Action, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the ACLU of Northern California.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008
BBC News

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