The AGs have requested a meeting with Page, and have given the company a week to respond.
The changes, scheduled to automatically take effect on March 1, essentially would allow Google to take the personal information it collects when consumers use one of its services, and share it with all of the company’s other services.
This article was also published in Bay Area Tech Wire.
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