Ten countries urge privacy changes at Google

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Data protection and privacy chiefs from 10 countries issued a joint letter pushing search engine giant Google to improve respect for data privacy, Canada’s Office of the Privacy Commissioner said on Tuesday.

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