Ok, this is rather late but just got to know of it and couldn't wait to let you in to it.
Do you know the cardinal thrust of that policy is so that it will allow Google explicit rights to combine your personal information across multiple products and services?
Of course, Google is pulling about 60 different privacy policies into one so that the company can provide enhanced services and ads. But to do this it needs your permission to combine personal information of users that they have across multiple products and services. Before now, Google only had implicit rights to do this but as from the March 1 2012, Google will be able to do this automatically.
Now, you may be wondering, what is the fuss about?
However, you should know that Google is tracking your Web activities if you have a Google account. Believe it or not Google know much about your online activities than you know because it has been keeping track of your searches and the sites you visited. This data has been separated from other Google products, but on March 1 it will be shared across all of the Google products you use.
if you think there are some personal information about you you wouldn't want Google to “roll” into the “new web”, you can actually stop Google. But you just have to do it now before the clock strike midnight today!
Click this link for details on how to do it with a few clicks.