The policy, which took effect March 1, allows Google to share all of the personal data it has from more than 1 billion users across all of its services. Google says a key goal of the policy change is to create more complete pictures of each user so that Google can offer more personalizes services. Privacy advocates, however, oppose the change and have asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate.
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