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In the News: Google’s New Privacy Policy

Our Toronto Privacy Lawyer was recently quoted on CTVNews.ca on his views about Google’s new privacy policy.   The article stated:

However, Toronto Internet lawyer Shaya Silber says the reactions are “overblown.” He said the new storage system is not much different from the current one. The major change is “the uniform policy makes it clearer for users to understand how information is used.”

The new system is simple to navigate and understand, he said. “Google’s making it easier.” And with numerous notices posted in Google, Google+, Gmail and YouTube, “they’re not trying to sneak a quick one over on us,” he said.

Read more:

http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/TopStories/20120228/google-merging-privacy-policy-120228/