Google: Privacy changes won't affect government clients
The changes to Google's tracking policy announced this week will not apply to its government clients, the Washington Post reports
As GCN reported
a "simpler, more intuitive Google experience."
But on Jan. 26 the company released a statement saying that the new policies do not trump existing deals with public-sector clients. Google Vice President of Enterprise Amit Singh said contracts covering enterprise and government accounts remain in force, including those for Google Apps for Government, Google Apps for Business and Google Apps for Education.
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