The new policy will not change existing privacy settings and will not collect any new or additional data, argued Google, denying the EU request for a delay in its implementation.
“The CNIL and EU data protection authorities are deeply concerned about the combination of personal data across services”write the privacy watchdogs,”they have strong doubts about the lawfulness and fairness of such processing, and about its compliance with European data protection legislation.”
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