Google’s decision to scrap Reader influenced by the high cost of privacy compliance

Google’s decision to scrap Reader influenced by the high cost of privacy compliance

Google is taking a lot of heat for its decision to scrap the popular Reader RSS feed aggregator , leading many to question why it would pull the plug on such a popular service. It turns out that the answer might have a lot to do with the hidden costs of safeguarding privacy. According to a report from All Things D , an unnamed source says that the closure is at least partly because of Google’s reluctance to build out the staff and infrastructure needed to deal with legal and privacy issues related to the product. Continue reading…

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Google’s decision to scrap Reader influenced by the high cost of privacy compliance

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