Europe to Google: Here’s how we want you to protect user privacy

Consent to allow your personal data to be used would have to be clearly laid out.

Google receives guidelines from European regulators explaining how it can avoid running afoul of privacy laws, reports Reuters.
Europe is now trying to tell Google how best to handle the privacy of its users.
For years, the search giant has been tussling with European privacy regulators over how it collects and stores the data of its users. In 2012, Google got into trouble after it said it planned to revamp its privacy policies to “combine personal information” across its multiple products and services. The company justified the change by saying it would consolidate its 60 different privacy policies into one single policy that would be simpler.
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