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EU says Google should ‘halt’ its upcoming privacy changes that share user details across search, Gmail and YouTube

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ROB WAUGH
UK Daily Mail
February 4, 2012

European regulators have written to Google CEO Larry Page calling on the search giant to halt the introduction of its new ‘one-size-fits-all’ privacy policy.

The policy was due to come into effect on March 1, and would allow Google to share what it knows about users between services such as Google Search, Gmail and YouTube.

The move horrified privacy advocates and bloggers – tech site ZDNet said that Google would ‘know more about you than your wife does’ and said the policy was ‘Big Brother-ish’.

The European Union working party asked for Google to stop the new policy while the working group investigate whether personal data is protected.

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