Google to Users: You Can’t Opt Out

NBC New York | Jan 25, 2012

By Brittney Gilbert

Google announced Tuesday that it will be changing its privacy policy for all of its web products. And if users don’t like it? Too bad.

The sweeping change to the way Google gathers and uses information culled from users is not something you can opt out of, the Washington Post reports.

Those who use YouTube, Gmail, Google+ and other Google-run platforms will have their activity recorded and carried over across all properties, a move already raising the ire of privacy advocates.

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1 Comment on "Google to Users: You Can’t Opt Out"

  1. Shannon Roberts | January 26, 2012 at 11:06 am | Reply

    Call me crazy, but what does this mean? What kind of information and stuff, sorry, I’m not very computer minded.

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