EU data watchdog probes Google over privacy
|21 Mar 2012 2:40 GMT||Back|
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French data watchdog CNIL has sent Google 69 questions, prepared with the cooperation of other European data protection agencies.
Other areas of concern are how Google will collect data stored on mobile devices, contacts in a person’s address book for instance. CNIL has also included 21 questions about how Google plans to share data with third parties and the legality of this.
Google argues that the policy “provides all the information required in Articles 10 and 11” [of the European Data Protection Directive].