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Google Agrees To Biennial Privacy Reviews

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Blacklaw writes “Google has publicly apologised for the mistakes it made during the launch of its Twitter-like social networking tool Buzz, and claims that it’s learned its lesson — and will be undergoing independent privacy reviews to keep it on the straight and narrow.”

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