The National Assn. of Attorneys General says the new policy invades consumer privacy by automatically sharing with all Google services personal information that users give to just one service.
“The new policy forces consumers to allow information across all of Google’s products to be shared without giving them the proper ability to opt out,” the association said in a letter to Google Chief Executive Larry Page.
The attorneys general have asked to meet with Page.
Harris declined to comment on the letter during a news conference Wednesday.