Google only has 76 days to make a change.
Following an investigation, the UK's information commissioner has given Google a deadline to improve its privacy policies. Specifically, the ICO believes that the updated policy does not provide Google users with sufficient information to understand how their data will be used and stored across the company's products.
The news follows similar action from France and Spain, and the UK's ICO says it reached its decision after working with the other members of the Article 29 Working Party, made up of the other 27 data protection authorities from across Europe. According to the Guardian newspaper, Germany and Italy have also requested that Google make changes to its policy.