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Ten Nations Criticize Google on Privacy

Ten countries -- including the U.K., France, Germany and Canada -- have sent a letter to Google CEO Eric Schmidt taking him to task for what they believe to be lax privacy standards practiced by the search giant. Most of the complaints center on the thus far ill-fated Google Buzz, which Google is no doubt pretty sick of talking about by now. (Think of Buzz as Google's mini-Vista.)

We're still working on a story about Microsoft (and now Google) and privacy. What are your concerns? What kind of experiences have you had? Send your thoughts to [email protected]

Posted by Lee Pender on 04/22/2010 at 1:23 PM


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