Derek Schmidt And Others Ask Google To Revise Their Privacy Policy

By: Stephanie Schultz
By: Stephanie Schultz

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is asking that Google revise its new privacy policy.

Schmidt, along with 30 other states and five territories expressed numerous concerns with the new policy in a letter to Google's CEO Larry Page.

One major concern is the sharing of user's data between Google services.

They also wrote that because of Google's big presence online, users may have difficulty opting out of the privacy policy by using other services.

The Attorneys General asked that Google change their policy to allow users to determine how they want their data shared.

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