January 28, 2015 Business, Featured News, U.S., Youth & Schools
Sara Guaglione writes:
Last week, Google was noticeably absent from a list of 75 companies, including Apple and Microsoft, from a student privacy pledge endorsed by President Obama. But it seems Google experienced a change of heart and has now signed up.
Google, along with a new batch of education-technology companies, has officially signed the pledge, according to an announcement on Monday from the Future of Privacy Forum, a non-profit group which created the pledge last year.
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