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Google: Legal Issues Abound and What about Google+?

07.14.11

Google’s newest Social Media adventure Google+ is getting rave reviews with millions of users yet not launched to the public. Keep in mind that the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) 20 year oversight of Google’s privacy policy because of Google’s disastrous Buzz – the 2010 failed Social Media attempt by Google. One might assume that the FTC has approved the Google+ Privacy Policy, but who knows.

Google has a myriad of legal issues going on right now and Google+ is just the latest so you might be interested to read my eCommerce Times July column entitled “More Legal Woes for Google.”

Stay tuned for more Google legal issues.
 

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