Google is recommending that global privacy regulators take a leaf out of Asia's book when they are drawing up the rules. The firm is set to make its proposals at a meeting of policy makers in France today, according to Reuters. It says that a variety of Asia-Pacific countries have already agreed a set of broad principles, and …
Curse my selective eyesight
... I only managed to read "Google touts Asian ... model". Oh well.
Kettle, Pot, Black?
So Google is telling the world that they know best about privacy and how poor it is in many countries. Is the the same Do Evil Google that is being hit by the EU over it's crappy and invasive privacy policies?
Maybe the Asian version is a bit more lax and that suits them just fine.
Re: Curse my selective eyesight
Yup... I clicked the headline in the hopes that Lucy had forgotten to put the NSFW flag on a particularly juicy photo article.
If GOOGLE fails in this privacy issue.
If another human beings information is handed over to a local govt and if that person just for exercising free speech is put on death row then I personally would hold Google accountable for involuntary man slaughter.
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