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Europe's watchdogs give Google a shopping list of how to sort out privacy
After a series of clashes with Google, Europe's data privacy watchdogs have drawn up a list of measures they'd like to see the search giant implement.
Back in 2012, Google merged all of the privacy policies for its individual services into a single, unified policy. That decision proved unpopular with Europe's regulators, which found it to be against European law. France's data protection watchdog CNIL subsequently fined the company
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