Beginning March 1, 2012, you will have to agree to a new privacy policy to use Google’s services, this includes Android.

The new policy is straight-forward and simple. What I like best is that the content you create and “serve” to Google, remains your content. However, you’re still subject to copyright and trademark regulations, so Google will help enforce those. The bad part: if you’re using Google’s services, you consent to the jurisdiction of California, and in particular the federal or state courts of Santa Clara County.

Google even created this great video to help explain its terms:

Via Official Google Blog

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