Google's Paltry Privacy Proposal

The Web search company is pushing for standards that likely would do little to keep businesses from harming consumers

Google (GOOG) wants new, international standards for the way consumer information is collected and used. The Web search provider issued the call on its Web site on Sept. 14, arguing that the existing confusion of international privacy law hampers the growth of Internet companies and doesn't really protect consumers.

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