Google privacy policy 'is vague'

Thursday, 31 May 2007, 12:23 PM EST

Elements of Google's privacy policy are "vague" and need to be made more precise, the firm's global privacy counsel has told BBC News.

Peter Fleischer said the company "could do better" with policy statements that explained why user information was sometimes shared with third parties. Mr Fleischer said Google would never give "identifiable personal data" to third parties, including advertisers.

At the BBC.

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