Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Denmark wants Google to stop storing old user data

It is no secret that Google knows absolutely everything about you. Your hopes, dreams, location and even your political affiliation, but Danes don’t like it. The Danish consumer council Tænk (Think) has reported Google to the Danish Data Protection Agency (DDPA) for breaking personal data laws. Tænk states that Google endangers the privacy of its users by storing user history for many years. No limit to how long Google can store data In an interview with DR, the chairman of Tænk, Anja Philip said that Google is simply violating people’s right to a private life by storing information about a person’s searches. Tænk…

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