GOOGLE UPDATES TERMS IN PLAIN LANGUAGE AFTER EU SCRUTINY

Techlife News|Techlife News #434

GOOGLE UPDATES TERMS IN PLAIN LANGUAGE AFTER EU SCRUTINY
Google is attempting to make sure people know exactly what they’re signing up for when they use its online services — though that will still mean reading a lengthy document.

The company updated its terms of service on Thursday — its largest update to the general use contract since 2012 — in response to a pair of court orders in Europe.

Google has been updating its policies and tweaking what is and isn’t allowed on its sites for the past couple of years as scrutiny of the tech industry heats up across the U.S. and Europe. Google, Facebook, Twitter and other digital companies have been forced under a spotlight as regulators and customers examine just how much the companies know about their users and what they do with that information.

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Techlife News #434