Google changes solitude policy across its services

Google has changed its privacy policy, streamlining it across its multiple services including search, email, video and social networking sites. The main change applies to users who have Google accounts.

The single solitude policies will apple to Google search, G mail, YouTube and Google+, its social networking site. The review comes after Google's preceding attempt at social networking, Buzz, was shut down. The company was criticized for unintentionally revealing users' most e-mailed contacts to other participants throughout the Buzz platform. The company was criticized for involuntarily enlightening user’s most e-mailed friends to other participants all through the Buzz podium

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