The Federal Trade Commission announced Wednesday it has reached a settlement with Google over privacy issues related to the rollout of the Internet giant's social networking service Buzz. Google has agreed to regular third-party audits for the next 20 years as part of the deal.
Google is contrite. "We'd like to apologize again for the mistakes we made with Buzz," Google says in its blog.
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