Google updates privacy policy so you can actually understand it

  • Google updates privacy policy so you can actually understand it

Google updates privacy policy so you can actually understand it

It's also worth heading over to the Activity Controls section to review and manage the activity data Google is saving with your account.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - which the European Union said aims "to protect all [its] citizens from privacy and data breaches in an increasingly data-driven world" - will come into force on May 25. Compliance with GDPR is likely to be more hard for these companies.

If you visit Google's privacy policy page, you'll notice it is simple, colorful, and filled with many helpful videos. And we've made it easier to jump to your privacy settings directly from the policy, helping you make choices about your privacy.

Google Cloud will as a data processor, and as a data processor Google process data only as instructed by you-our customers.

Google Home is one of a few smart platforms out there.

Although the information in the privacy policy is now easier-than-ever to follow, Google wants to make it clear that "nothing is changing about your current settings or how your information is processed". Although the policy itself is remaining the same, it's now much easier to understand.

Business users will be happy to learn that Google's Download Your Data tool is improving and expanding.

Google has announced the nominees for the third annual Google Play Awards, and the shortlist is a who's who of stellar apps and games that either launched or enjoyed a major update since April 2017.

Being able to download and transfer copies of your data is another big point for the GDPR, and Google's addressing this head on, too. You can browse through the policy by certain categories, a "clearer language" is used, and Google's added videos and images to give you a visual of what you're reading. Representatives can now view a full ledger of every customer data integration and the source of that data; easily remove a data subject's information per their request; and export an entire audience, which can then be transferred to external systems within a client's marketing stack. Google updated the data processing terms.