According to Google Inc., the new changes will facilitate better search results from the popular and highly used search engine website. From now on, any private data received by Google will be made available to all other Google platforms including Gmail, YouTube and Blogger.
Since the implementation of the new policy, the browsing data and web history of any Google will now be automatically shared with other Google websites.
Meanwhile, French authority CNIL said that the policy may oppose European laws and also suggested Google to postpone its implementation which the company denied. In a response to the web search company, CNIL stated that they "have strong doubts about the lawfulness and fairness of such processing, and its compliance with European data protection legislation."