British authorities ask “Google” modify the Privacy Policy




You may have to “Google” to pay a fine of 500 thousand pounds, if not adjust privacy policy

Office of the Information Commissioner issued in the United Kingdom issued a statement requesting the company “Google” to change the privacy policy announced in March 2012 to make them more visible to users, “Google.”

It is incumbent upon the company “Google” to modify its privacy policy to comply with the UK Data Protection Act before the twentieth of September maximum, according to the official statement. Otherwise, they may be subject to penalties oblige them to pay fines of up to 500 thousand pounds.

It is believed the British Information Commissioner’s Office that the privacy policy of the company “Google” does not provide sufficient information for users of the company to enable them to see the way in which their personal data will be used, according to the statement.

It is noteworthy that the British government’s statement came after several similar statements had been issued by the government authorities in several European countries, where the authorities ordered the French and Spanish company “Google” that you Ptadl the privacy policy, the German authorities also issued a similar statement on Thursday.

It is noteworthy that the privacy policy, “Google” the standardization of user data within the service “Google” different, so if the user has logged on his account in “Google” Mail “Gmail” and “YouTube” for example, shows for the company that same user with the same information, and does not appear that different users as it was in the past. A Maadth “Google” step in order to provide a better experience for users, while considered several European bodies, especially the protection of data that the new policy violates privacy and data users, “Google.”
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