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Dutch Data Protection Commissioner Jacob Kohnstamm has found Google’s privacy policy “violates data protection law by spinning an ‘invisible web’ with users’ personal data without their consent,” Bloomberg reports. Kohnstamm said the policy, which combines Internet users’ data from various Google services, is “forbidden by law.” He added that he will decide on possible penalties after a hearing with the company. Google says its privacy policy “respects European law” and allows it to create “simpler, more effective services.” Meanwhile, Germany’s SAP has rejected politicians’ calls for European IT firms to band together following U.S. NSA spying revelations, saying the plan would be “doomed to fail from the outset.”
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