New wave communications and intrapersonally communication has become the new norm, and the company is looking to make sure it stays so.
In a blog post today, Google said it’s launching a new privacy statement that will help guide its efforts to protect the privacy of its users.
Here’s the thing: It’s not going to protect you.
It’s going to hurt you.
“This Privacy Statement is intended to provide guidance for our business customers, and does not provide legal advice.
It is intended only for our end users, who may seek guidance from other sources.
Google may update or revise this Privacy Statement at any time,” the company wrote.
Read moreNew wave communications is a relatively new category, and Google says it’s aimed at improving its user experience and improving its communication with the public.
In addition to the new privacy declaration, Google also launched a new app for iOS called the New Wave Communication app.
While Google doesn’t mention the app itself in the blog post, it does mention that the app will “help you communicate and work in a more personal way,” and it will provide “a range of useful features.”
Google’s announcement comes at a time when the tech company is in a fierce battle with Apple for supremacy in the social network market.
Apple’s new Siri, for example, was recently named as the best voice-activated voice-control device in 2016.
Google’s new statement, meanwhile, comes at an interesting time for the company, which has been struggling with its growing pains in the face of a slew of legal disputes and lawsuits.
Earlier this month, it filed a lawsuit against rival Amazon in an attempt to force it to remove a competitor’s online advertising service.