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Google Books Lays Out Privacy Policy

Under pressure from privacy advocates, Google has published a detailed privacy policy surrounding it Google Books settlement. The search giant promises not force a user to log into a Google account when reading pages of books online, browsing through a university's subscription, or viewing through a public library terminal. Buying a book, meanwhile, will require logging in, but users can delete histories of books they have purchased, and credit card companies won't get buying histories.

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