Google To International Authorities: We Care About Privacy. (P.S. Sorry About Buzz)

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Recently, a group of privacy commissioners from the governments of 10 different countries sent Google a public letter expressing their concerns about Google’s privacy policies, especially with respect to the launch of Google Buzz.Google has now issued a response, and, “in the spirit of transparency”, has published its response on its official policy blog in the late afternoon on a Friday.

Google’s response in full:

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