EU Officials Want Google to Change Privacy Policy

European Union data protection authorities have found legal problems with Google's new privacy policy and asked the company to make changes, a letter from a majority of the bloc's national regulators seen by Reuters said. The letter, which stopped short of declaring Google's approach to collecting user data illegal, comes after a nine-month investigation led by France's Commission Nationale de l'Informatique (CNIL) on behalf of the EU's regulators.