Days after the Internet collectively lost its mind over the privacy implications of Google acquiring Nest, Tony Fadell, the founder of the connected-devices company sought to alleviate concerns during a speech at the DLD Conference in Munich. “At this point, there are no changes [to our privacy policy],” he said on stage. “The data that we collect is all about our products and improving them. If there were ever any changes whatsoever, we would be sure to be transparent about it, number one, and number two for you to opt-in to it.” [Source: TNW]