Google to expand Munich office, promises more data privacy
Report says Google plans to open a “Safety Engineering Centre’’ in Munich.
The number of specialists dedicated to security and the privacy sphere would grow from 100 people to 200 people.
Google and other tech companies have been forced to answer privacy concerns as international criticism has been stepped up in the last few years.
Google, at its developer conference recently, pledged a simplified method for users to control their privacy settings.
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