I was going to suggest that Google take extra care to hire a few - or even better, many - Chinese intelligence services operatives, to to absolutely sure that their users' data and privacy are compromised as thoroughly as possible.
But then I realized that the further compromising of data and privacy was, after all, the undoubted reason why Google is open a data center in the first place. Because that's what Google does.
So the suggestion was probably unnecessary.
And I would have to think that in the unlikely event that the Chinese security services did not manage to get a sufficient number of their operatives in the data center, then they could always, you know, recruit as many people as needed who did get hired.
In fact, I would not be at all surprised if allowing Chinese security/intelligence/secret service access to all their data will eventually be, if it is not already, a condition for Google being allowed to do have a data center in China and to do business there.
Of course, I'm not saying that I have inside information or anything. But still. . .