Google to minimise storage of customer data

23/06/2022 | The Economic Times

Google's Chief Privacy Officer Keith Enright has said that the company is to shift toward keeping the least possible amount of customer information. Any remaining data held would serve to comply with legal requests from law enforcement agencies. In addition, the move would reduce Google's risk in the event of a cybersecurity incident. Enright said that fragmented data protection and storage laws worldwide could pose significant challenges to Google's customer privacy efforts and result in services offered in some countries being unavailable in others.

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