Before we proceed with the details of the story that holds a different interpretation from the plaintiff to the pontiff, letâs identify the premise first. The privacy policies binding both the consumer and the government were announced to go through changes by Google. With the announcement released in January, the changes were to take effect from early March. As per the public statement, the changes were aimed at the simplification of the privacy policies. The âfine printâ was decoded by SafeGov.org, a group dedicated to ensuring uptake of best practices for cloud adoption within the Government Sector.Â As per it, usersâ data across all Google services would be synced to ensure customized service delivery across all platforms. The only flaw inherent within it was the contradiction it posed to Google services contracted to government employees.
Contracts entered with government bodies for the use of Google Apps, portray a different picture. Although, Google hasnât been takenÂ through any legal proceedings for the same, the tech giant shouldnât overlook the matter in passing.
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