David Needle reports:
Google has announced plans to roll out a more streamlined version of its privacy policies next month. The search giant insists the move to simplify its policies is designed to reduce “legalese” and make its policies more accessible to consumers.
“To be clear, we aren’t changing any of our privacy practices; we want to make our policies more transparent and understandable,” Mike Yang, Google’s associate general counsel, said in a blog post Friday.
But the move was blasted by privacy advocate Marc Rotenberg, executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC).
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