Apr 1, 2012
Regulators on both sides of the Atlantic have expressed major concerns. For instance, European Commissioner for Justice, Viviane Reding, reportedly claims the changes are illegal under European law. In the U.S., the policy changes have been attracting negative attention from officials also. Attorneys General from three dozen states wrote to Google CEO Larry Page, to tell him they are very worried about the effects of the company's new policy. The suggested resolution is to allow users to be able to opt in and opt out of the system at will.
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