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Google proposes global privacy standard

Discussion in 'Legal' started by temi, Sep 14, 2007.

  1. temi

    temi Facilitator Webmaster

    While Google is leading a charge to create a global privacy standard for how companies protect consumer data, the search giant is recommending that remedies focus on whether a person was actually harmed by having the information exposed.
    Google's proposal is scheduled to be presented by Peter Fleischer, Google's global privacy counsel in a speech Friday in Strasbourg, France, at UNESCO's meeting on ethics and human rights. He briefed reporters on Thursday

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  2. Dave White

    Dave White New Member Webmaster

    Google has it own ways to break its own rules. Things like this are done to divert the attention of the people from that particular topic.Till date all major search engines have been so successful by using concumers data.

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