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France's Regulator Gives Google Until April 5 To Respond To Privacy Policy Questions

     
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France's Regulator Gives Google Until April 5 To Respond To Privacy Policy Questions [bloomberg.com]
Google Inc. (GOOG), the world’s largest Web-search provider, was questioned by France’s data protection authority to determine whether policies for mobile devices running its Android operating system and information collected using “cookies” violate European privacy rules.

The National Commission for Computing and Civil Liberties, known by its French acronym as CNIL, asked Google to reply to the list of 69 questions on its privacy policy before April 5, according to a statement today on the regulator’s website.

The questions “reflect the need for legal clarifications on your new privacy policy and in particular on the sharing of user data across Google services,” according to CNIL’s letter to Google Chief Executive Officer Larry Page.
 

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