Kim Yoo-chul reports:
It remains to be seen how willing Google is to change its policy for Koreans, particularly as it has been serious about avoiding country-specific rules and implementing the same conditions to customers across the world.
However, the Korea Communications Commission (KCC) has recommended Google revise its policy, claiming it infringes on the legal rights of Koreans who have had more control over how their data is collected and used.
According to officials at Google Korea, it is considering the recommendations seriously, KCC officials told The Korea Times.
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So when governments are serious, Google may bend/change? Doesn’t that suggest that if our own government were serious about protecting our privacy, Google might bend here, too? Or is Google less afraid of our own government than other governments?