[At-Large] [WHOIS-WG] [lac-discuss-en] EU Data Protection - Legislative Agenda
Salanieta T. Tamanikaiwaimaro
salanieta.tamanikaiwaimaro at gmail.com
Fri Jan 27 21:02:29 UTC 2012
> So, here’s the real story:
> * You still have choice and control. You don’t need to log in to
> use many of our services, including Search, Maps and YouTube. If you
> are logged in, you can still edit or turn off your Search history,
> switch Gmail chat to “off the record,” control the way Google tailors
> ads to your interests, use Incognito mode on Chrome, or use any of the
> other privacy tools we offer.
> * We’re not collecting more data about you. Our new policy simply
> makes it clear that we use data to refine and improve your experience
> on Google — whichever products or services you use. This is something
> we have already been doing for a long time.
> * We’re making things simpler and we’re trying to be upfront about
> it. Period.
> * You can use as much or as little of Google as you want. For
> example, you can have a Google Account and choose to use Gmail, but
> not use Google+. Or you could keep your data separate with different
> accounts -- for example, one for YouTube and another for Gmail.
> Thanks McTim, this is certainly useful and is educational, thanks :):)
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