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

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