The body suggested that Google obtain consent from users while they are using particular services, such as personalized search, before collecting or combining their data.
The commission also recommended that Google separate data collection for advertising from that that designed to bolster security or improve products. Specifically, lawmakers suggest that users who come across +1 or DoubleClick buttons on other websites, whom they call “passive users,” be better informed and protected. Those buttons track users.
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