Sunday, June 17, 2007

More on Google Privacy Controversy

This is a follow-up to last week's Library Boy post entitled Google at Bottom of International Privacy Ranking Study.

David Fraser, who writes the Canadian Privacy Law Blog, has a few comments on the issue. I only got around to reading his posts yesterday:
  • Google's uphill privacy battle: "I spoke with Briony Smith of IT Business about the recent Privacy International report that put Google at the bottom of their study on the privacy practices of online businesses. She also spoke with Phillipa Lawson and Richard Rosenberg [British Columbia Freedom of Information and Privacy Association]."
  • Google privacy counsel acknowledges policy 'is vague': "In a recent interview with the BBC, the global privacy counsel for Google has acknowledged their policy is vague and could be made more clear."

There are more links from the discussion at Techmeme.

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