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Google Reacts to Pressure from Privacy Groups, Includes Link to Privacy Policy

Last month, privacy organizations wrote to Google CEO Eric Schmidt asking the company to link to its privacy policy from its home page. Organizations say including the privacy link on the Google's home page is good practice and mandated by California law. On late Thursday, Google quietly changed its stance by adding a privacy link to its home page and with explanations posted on its main corporate blog and its public policy blog.

Read full story: Google Inc.

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