Google Should Give U.S. Citizens More Privacy Rights, Says Consumer Watchdog

Google Should Give U.S. Citizens More Privacy Rights, Says Consumer Watchdog

By Natasha Lomas U.S. consumer rights organization, Consumer Watchdog, has lodged a complaint with the FTC that Google is being “unfair and deceptive” by not extending the sorts of individual privacy rights it now offers Europeans — under Europe’s May 2014 ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling — to its U.S. users. Read More

…read more

Via: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Techcrunch/~3/NDiU7OCImTY/

About author

You might also like

Technology 0 Comments

A New, $250,000 Startup Competition For Berkeley Students Takes Shape

By Connie Loizos Pejman Mar Ventures is just two years old, yet it has managed to make a name for itself among Stanford students, partly because its 5,000-square-foot offices are

Technology 0 Comments

Google And Samsung Will Now Release Monthly OTA Android Security Updates

By Frederic Lardinois Earlier today, Samsung announced that it would now provide security patches for its Android devices “about once per month.” In addition to Samsung, Google also today announced

Technology 0 Comments

Gillmor Gang: Foxy Lady

By Steve Gillmor The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, John Borthwick, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, August 7, 2015. Thanks to Twitter and a mid-debate nap, the