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Over the page at tab 22, there's a BBC News item no doubt with the unwelcome headline "Google ranked worst on privacy" and it's reporting back in 2007 that a rights group, Privacy International, rating a lot of media companies, had rated Google worst on privacy. I'm very conscious that that's an article which is now some years old. You've provided to us a copy of the current Google privacy policy, which is dated 20 October 2011, and I understand that there is a further privacy policy which is shortly going to supersede the existing policy.

Is it fair to say that Google has made considerable efforts in recent years to concentrate on privacy and its approach to privacy?

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