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Google Government Privacy Your Rights Online

FTC To Monitor Google's Privacy Practices For 20 Years 51

Posted by Soulskill
from the settling-in-for-a-long-stakeout dept.
Rambo Tribble writes "As reported in TPM, the Federal Trade Commission has reached an agreement (PDF) with Google that will include the agency monitoring the company's privacy practices for the next 20 years. Whither, Facebook?" Oddly enough, another article details a surge in government requests for user information from Google. In a blog post, the company explained that they wanted to provide more transparency with regard to government requests, and have updated their Government Requests tool to do so.
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