Google’s new privacy policy breaks down silos, but causes concern

Larry Dignan at ZDNet states that new updates to Google’s privacy policy fall into one of three categories: the good, the bad and the totally scary.

In a blog post, Google outlined the changes. These changes are the enterprise Holy Grail in many respects. Companies everywhere want to break down product walls to get a 360 degree view of customers. The difference with Google is reach and it is actually succeeding. In a nutshell, Google is:

  • Making its privacy policies easier to read.
  • Aggregating data across products for Google and user experience.
  • And arguing that it’s easier to take your data and go somewhere else.

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