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EU data protection commissioners will look at whether Google’s changes to its privacy policy earlier this year comply with EU privacy laws, The Guardian reports. The revision created a single policy for all Google services and resulted in the consolidation of data into a single location, the report states, drawing questions from regulators including the French data protection authority. Meanwhile, the Electronic Privacy and Information Center has released a statement alleging the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has “withheld from public disclosure” information about its recent audit of Google’s privacy program.
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