The Data Protection Party writes to Google that it wishes to “check the possible consequences for the protection of the personal data of [EU] citizens”.
While Google is willing to answer any questions that EU data protection authorities might have, it will not delay the implementation of its new privacy rules, writes Google’s Global Privacy Counselor, adding that Google had “extensively pre-briefed data protection authorities across the EU”, and that at no stage did any EU regulator indicate a problem with the privacy overhaul.
The Article 29 Data Protection Working Party is yet to respond to Google’s refusal to comply with its request.
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