EU watchdogs may turn against Google over privacy policy

According to French privacy regulator CNIL, EU watchdogs plan to take action against Google by this summer over the web giant's existing privacy policy. Last October, the firm was agreed four months to amend its policy. But Google supposed its procedures did fulfill with EU law. The new policy was implemented after the company united 60 separate privacy policies into one agreement.
The firm should offer a centralized opt-out tool and allow users to make a decision which of Google's services provided facts about them. Google should acclimatize its own tools so that it could limit data use to authorized purposes. For example, it should be able to use a person's collated data to improve security efforts but not to target endorsement.

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