European regulators went mental at the news and said it might be breaking the law, but Google being Google, they went ahead with it anyway.
“Being vague does not help in giving users effective control about how their information is shared. It's their information at the end of the day." And at the start and middle of the day as well, you cliche using berk.
Google, in return, are arguing that this new policy is much easier to fathom than the 60 policies it replaced.
If you missed it, their new policy is as follows (possibly): "We kinda just, dunno, want all your information or something. Don't worry about it. What's that over there? *swipes your entire history and stuffs it down pants*"