A privacy advocacy group has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Google's data-security measures in a move that raises new questions about the security of cloud computing services, PC Magazine reports. A recent privacy glitch with Google Docs is just the latest example of security concerns with Google's cloud computing services, and the FTC should take note, according to a filing from the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). "Recent reports indicate the Google does not adequately safeguard the confidential information that it obtains," EPIC wrote March 17. "Given the previous opinions of the Federal Trade Commission regarding the obligation...

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