judgecorp writes: "Google's privacy mechanism, which combines personal data from around 60 products, and gives users only one opportunity to opt out, was rolled out in March against requests from privacy regulators in Europe. Now they want the policy reversed, and user data from the different Google products, including Gmail, Search and Youtube, to be separated. The EU attack is lead by French regulator CNIL, which has historically taken a tough line on privacy matters."
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