Attorney General Tom Miller added his name to a letter sent to Google executive Larry Page on Wednesday. The letter says the changes expected to go into effect March 1 would be an “invasion of privacy.”
Miller says in a news release that Google “is not giving consumers the options they should have to control their own privacy.”
Google intends to merge data it collects from email, video, social-networking and other services used by people with a Google account.
The letter asked Page to reply by Wednesday.