Google, which is currently working with the Chinese Communist Party on a censored Internet, releases framework to guide data privacy legislation

Google has partnered with China to help the government control the information that flows to the people of China.

It also reportedly has helped the Chinese government attach phone numbers to online searches. Now the company seeks to define online privacy policy in the US?

As we’ve said, what happens in Chinese tech isn’t going to stay in China.

(From The Hill)

Google on Monday released a set of privacy principles to guide Congress as it prepares to write legislation aimed at governing how websites collect and monetize user data.

The framework largely consists of privacy principles that Google already abides by or could easily bring itself into compliance with.

This is being sold as good for Internet user privacy. It’s important that legislators look closely at the embedded code in any Google sponsored privacy bills.

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