European data protection regulators have asked Microsoft to tweak its Internet product policies as part of a formal probe into privacy issues, Bloomberg reports. The Article 29 Working Party has “identified a number of areas where improvements are required,” according to a statement. “Microsoft was asked to send its response very shortly, explaining how and when it would implement” the recommendations. The regulators added they are confident that an agreement will soon be reached and indicated Microsoft has been cooperative during the investigation.
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