Google announces change of privacy policy

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Google decided to change its privacy policy, while taking more than 60 policies, unifying into a single policy for all Google services.

With this new change in the privacy policy and terms of service, the company said, will improve the use of various Google services, and will as a "data sharing" between the various services.

With this new privacy policy will be a single user in the various Google services, when, so far, the use of Google services are "independent." It also will make reading the privacy policies and terms of service, since by accepting one, will be practically the same in all Google services.

Since, from now on, when creating a Google account, will create a Gmail account and Google +, this unification of privacy policies will also facilitate this new way of creating new Google accounts.

However, there are some criticisms of this new change, because this unification of personal data, can be considered a breach of confidentiality of services accessible to Google users do not want to use.

To the side of the company, this unification can give more personal information to be "exploited" for advertising campaigns, bringing economic benefits to Google.

This unification is beginning to appear on several Google accounts, that is, read and accepted, and will take effect from the 1st of March.

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