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Sunday, 5 February 2012

Google, a super parent?
Zee NewsGoogle has become as integral a part of everybody’s life like air and water are. Many people cannot live without the Internet and Internet does not make much sense for many without Google. Thus, it is no surprise that anything or everything that Google does, makes news.

Google recently announced its new privacy policy. Is it not a good thing that a company is giving a prior notice to its users about its changed privacy policy? Why are many people getting apprehensive about this soon to be implemented policy? Here’s a look at what the hype is all about.

First, the positives. Two distinguishing trademarks of most legal documents are their length and complexity of language that is full of jargons, which most people do not understand or do not have the time to read. So, here is one company that made an effort to make its existing privacy policy concise and simple to understand. Is it not something that it should be appreciated for? Is it not something that other companies should aspire to do unless of course their intent is that their customers do not actually read their policies before signing on the dotted line?

Google has not only given a prior notice to its users about the changes in its privacy policy but has also made sure that the notice is prominent. Most companies like banks send reminders about payment dues ad nauseum but when it comes to something that actually matters to the customers like changes in interest rates, one obscure message somewhere in the middle of loads of unnecessary text, is generally all that the banks  ...........................

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