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Daily Dashboard | 75 Companies Sign Pledge, But Google’s Not One Related reading: Meta formally pitches EU regulators on ad-free services



The Wall Street Journal reports on Google’s decision not to sign the Student Privacy Pledge created by the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and endorsed by President Barack Obama, who said on Monday, “If you don’t join this effort … we intend to make sure those schools and parents know you haven’t joined this effort.” Google has said its “contracts and policies demonstrate a commitment to student privacy,” the report states. FPF’s Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, said Google agrees with “the substance of the commitments listed in the pledge,” noting the pledge is one way to convey how companies use student data, “But certainly it’s not the only way … Some companies may choose privacy seals or prominent privacy policy statements or other ways to communicate and self-regulate.” (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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