Google’s unlimited time data retention policy under assessment in Denmark

downloadOn March 7, 2017, Reuters reported that the Danish Data Protection Agency was asked to look into Google’s alleged violation of EU privacy laws by not limiting the amount of time personal data is stored on Google’s servers.

“We have become aware of the fact that Google today has 9-10 years of data on users with a Google account,” the report stated.

More information on the Danish consumer watchdog Tænk’s position is available (in Dutch) at https://taenk.dk…

 

For more information about how privacy is implemented in Europe, contact Francesca Giannoni-Crystal & Federica Romanelli.

 

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