But the ICO's demands don't stop there. The conditions also mean that Google has to provide earlier notice and information for "passive users," improve its guidance to employees, and redesign parts of its user account settings. The UK regulator admits that Google's current policy hasn't "resulted in substantial damage and distress" for customers, but clearly it felt there was still room for improvement. The company now has until the end of June to make the agreed changes, although there are further measures it needs to comply with over the next two years. Will this be enough to satisfy the larger European taskforce? It's not clear, but assuring Britain would certainly be a start.
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