A post on the official Google blog said starting March 1 the activities and data of a Google user signed in will be used to provide a "simpler, more intuitive" experience for users across all the Google services, CNET.com reported Tuesday.
The main change will come for users with Google Accounts, the company said.
Marc Rotenberg, executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, said he worried the changes would lead to further erosion of user privacy.
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