Netherland:Google’s schools software misses privacy safeguards, Dutch ministers say

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Products designed by Google for use in schools are do not have sufficient privacy safeguards in place, education ministers Arie Slob and Ingrid van Engelshoven have told MPs in a briefing.

The research, known as a Data Protection Impact Assessment, was carried out following a vote by MPs last year.

Schools have been forced to focus on online education by coronavirus and Google Workspace and Google Workspace for Education are made up of various software applications – including Gmail, Google Classroom and Google Docs – which are designed to make it easier to work together.

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