Google highlights its preparations for GDPR
Google’s William Malcolm has published a comprehensive note on how the company is preparing for GDPR, Europe’s new data protection law.
The document focuses on improved user transparency, improved user controls, improved data portability and parental consent and improved tools for children online.
Malcolm says, “Last year, we outlined Google’s commitment to comply with Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), across all of the services we provide in the European Union. We’ve been working on our compliance efforts for over eighteen months, and ahead of the new law coming into effect, here’s an update on some of the key steps we’ve taken.
Improved user transparency
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