Google responded to 'data protection commissioners' on Buzz privacy

Google responded to “a letter that a group of data protection commissioners recently sent us about privacy at Google, relating to the launch of Buzz in particular. In the letter, Google outlined the work they do every day to protect user privacy. “To help our users understand privacy practices, and to be transparent, we’ve developed […]

Google responded to “a letter that a group of data protection commissioners recently sent us about privacy at Google, relating to the launch of Buzz in particular. In the letter, Google outlined the work they do every day to protect user privacy. “To help our users understand privacy practices, and to be transparent, we’ve developed a wide array of web sites: Google Privacy Center, responding to FAQs, publishing blogs on privacy issues, and library of videos.” In the spirit of transparency, we wanted to share our letter (liked below) as it explains our ongoing efforts and outlines tools like Google Dashboard that provide you with increased transparency and choice. As we mention in the letter, we’re in regular contact with all of the commissioners’ offices and look forward to continue working with them. For more information on our privacy initiatives, you can visit our Privacy Center,” writes Google.

More info: Google Letter

[Source]