Even though Matt mentions he is angry in his post, I still think he does a good job of pointing out the flaws he sees with the report from Privacy International.
Robert being thorough also mentions in his post that Donna Bogatin states that Google’s answer does not ring true in her post Google is wrong on consumer privacy.
Scoble mentions a good way to combat this negative press is to be open and transparent with how they are dealing with this issue. Is this the beginning of conversation from Google letting us see their side and what they are going to do about issues of privacy? I see this as a good beginning to a conversation I would like some answers.