Oct 282010
 
 October 28, 2010  Non-U.S., Online

A Labor senator has likened Google’s approach to privacy laws as similar to the exploitation of sweatshop workers across Asia.

Google representatives today fronted the Senate Communications References Committee, which is examining whether Australians are given adequate protections when they go online.

Spokesman Iarla Flynn was explaining to senators that the internet giant abides by the privacy laws of each particular country, but it failed to satisfy Labor’s Doug Cameron.

Read more from AAP in The Australian.

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