Feb 082012
 
 February 8, 2012  Business, Court, Govt

Cecilia Kang reports:

A privacy advocacy group on Wednesday filed a federal lawsuit against the Federal Trade Commission that targets Google for allegedly breaching privacy rules.

The Electronic Privacy and Information Center said in its complaint that Google’s planned privacy policy changes violate a settlement the company reached with the FTC last summer. That agreement was struck after federal law enforcement found Google violated privacy laws by exposing Gmail users’ personal information when rolling out its now defunct social networking service, Google Buzz.

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