Google's Chief Privacy Officer Keith Enright, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, said the company would shift toward keeping the least possible amount of customer information, The Economic Times reports. The data kept would serve to comply with law enforcement agencies and legal requests. The move would also reduce risk to Google in the event of a cybersecurity incident. Enright said the "fragmentation" of different privacy, data protection and data storage laws across the globe could pose major challenges to Google’s customer privacy efforts and result in services offered in some countries be unavailable in others.
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