OAuth is commonly used as a way for users to grant websites or applications access to their account information on other sites but without giving access to their passwords.
This mechanism is used by Google and other companies to allow users to share information about their accounts with third-party applications or websites. However, using this feature also comes with its specific privacy-related responsibilities.
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When adding the Google OAuth clause, you’ll be asked to specify the place of processing:
For more information read Place of Processing Customisation for Google Services.