Google’s US Congress Problem

No matter how hard it tries, it appears Google has yet to convince members of Congress that its proposed privacy changes are not as troubling as they appear to some on the surface.Google Deputy General Counsel Mike Yang and Public Policy Director Pablo Chavez met Thursday with about 10 members of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade, which has jurisdiction over consumer privacy, to address concerns over the changes the company plans to make to its privacy policies on March 1.

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