Jul 5 2013, 9:10am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
pointed out that some of the policy ramifications affected UK users in an unfair manner. They were left with no control in matters having to do with how their personal information will be used across the conglomerate’s products.
A real beef with Google is that they don’t divulge much to their user base in the United Kingdom. Not only do they need to be clear on how they manipulate and process the data, but they also have to let users know all about the consequences. And if there is any catch to using Google accounts then Google ought to let its users know about that too. Once a certain level of transparency has been achieved, the ICO will lay its reservations to rest.
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