After initially claiming that a fine imposed on it by the Indian anti-trust watchdog raised only "narrow concerns", Google has now changed tack and is alleging that the ruling would cause it "irreparable reputational loss".
The best way for Australia to show that it takes the privacy of its citizens seriously would be for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to levy a hefty fine on Google for having the guts to not only spy on all Android users, but to also use their own data to do so. Talk of chutzpah.
The Australian Senate has reversed its position and backed a motion by the Greens calling for the adoption of more stringent privacy protections in line with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, acknowledging that it is world's best practice.
The CVC must go.
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