Google announced last week that it would change its privacy policies for many of its online products, combining more than 60 different privacy policies into one single policy.
Google came under a bit of criticism after the announcement, and they then published some information explain how the changes would work, but now it would appear the the European regulators have asked Google to put these changes on hold.
The European regulators have formally requested that Google pauses its roll out of these changes in order to give them more time to investigate the changes.
The changes to Google’s privacy policies will come into force on the 1st of March 2012, although it isn’t clear if this will still happen in Europe, and Google has yet to confirm whether they will comply with the request from the EU as it is just a request at the moment.
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