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Posted By Ashraf On October 16, 2012 @ 7:23 PM In General Tech,World Wide Web | 3 Comments
Google has responded that it requires more time, than the “three to four months” it has been given, to provide an appropriate response to the EU.
It isn’t entirely clear what will happen going forward, but some are already predicting that this will cause a “domino effect” for Google. In other words, EU action against Google data collection and retention policies may trigger action against Google in other regions… namely the US. Let’s see what happens.
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