Google—which can see you right now—announces it will jettison more than sixty privacy policies it currently has in place, replacing them with a single policy beginning March 1 (which isn’t really true, since Chrome and Books and other Google categories will retain their own policies, but anyway). “Knowing a little bit about you can help make Google products better, both for you and for others,” Google cheerfully announces. It’s safe to say that it’s not a “little bit” about you that Google wants to know. Not that there’s anything wrong—or preventable—about wanting to know a lot, indeed, everything—so why the kid gloves, the folksy tone?
Want to know what Google knows about you? Go to the Dashboard where they store the goods. You might learn something new about you.
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