Google wants ability to ‘combine’ your user data

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CNET News: Google is planning to rewrite its privacy policy to grant it explicit rights to “combine personal information” across multiple products and services, the company said today. Previously, it had only implicit rights to do so.

Beginning March 1, the activities and data of a Google user who is signed in will be used to provide a “simpler, more intuitive” experience for users across all the Google services, according to a post on the Official Google blog. Full Article >>

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