Eric Schmidt : Trust us with your privacy .. we are Google

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SEOUL, South Korea - Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said Wednesday that U.S. regulatory approval of his company's proposed acquisition of DoubleClick will not be hindered by concerns over privacy.

Several consumer advocacy groups, led by the Electronic Privacy Information Center, urged the FTC to investigate the privacy implications of the acquisition.

The groups said in their April 20 complaint that the two companies, when combined, would have access to an unprecedented amount of data on consumers' Web usage and Internet search habits.

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They will have data

I have to admit that they probably already have a lot of data about us. And with the latest acquisition(s) they probably will have a lot more data.

But that doesn't mean that they're going to keep and use personal data like your name, address, phone number, etc. etc.

Google have no policies for

Google have no policies for what they do with all their/our data, thats what the FTC want, Google said they'd release it next month (June/July) regarding this

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