1. State AGs Voice Concern With Google’s Privacy Changes (via CNBC)
The Center for Digital Democracy sent a complaint to the Federal Trade Commission Wednesday asking it to find Google in violation of a 2011 consent order, conduct an investigation and request the search giant postpone the rollout of its new privacy policies.
See Also: CDD to FTC: Google Violated Buzz Consent Decree by Failing to Inform Consumers Real Reasons for its Expanded Data Practices (via CDD)
See Also: Full Text of Complaint Filed with FTC (18 pages; PDF)
- EPIC Urges Federal Court To Hold FTC Accountable for Failure to Enforce Google Consent Order (Includes Copy of Reply Brief)
February 21, 2012
From Electronic Frontier Foundation
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