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Irish data protection office to assess Google privacy changes

The Irish Data Protection Commissioner is to “assess the implications” of changes that Google intends to introduce to its suite of online products.

25th January, 2012
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Google is to change privacy settings

The Irish Data Protection Commissioner is to “assess the implications” of changes that Google intends to introduce to its suite of online products.

The changes announced by Google, to take effect on March 1st, will mean that Google accounts will automatically share personal information across different Google services, including Gmail, Google Plus, YouTube, Google Docs and other services.

The information-sharing will also apply to Google services used on Android smartphones.

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