Oct 042010
 October 4, 2010  Posted by  Business, Featured News

Melissa Ngo writes:

In a letter (pdf) to Google CEO Eric Schmidt (and CCed to Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jonathan Leibowitz), fifteen advocates (from organizations including the American Library Association, EPIC and World Privacy Forum) objected to changes to the company’s privacy policies that were announced Sept. 3 and went into effect Oct. 3. The letter said Google’s changes would “reduce privacy safeguards for hundreds of millions of users of Google’s Internet-based services.”

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