Google changes privacy practices

Google changes privacy practices

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Internet giant Google has agreed to provide its users with better information about how the company uses personal information.

The reason for the change is that the British Data Protection believes the information Google provides their users are too vague.

The backdrop is a survey supervisory authority started after Google in March 2012 merged information about their users across various services, like YouTube, Gmail, Google+ and the search engine.

Google has been fined by the authorities in both Spain and France for violations of privacy.