By . The search giant says it will no longer collect student data to use for advertising purposes. Google says it is no longer mining the accounts of Google Apps for Education users for advertising data. Revealing the new policy in a blog post Tuesday, Bram Bout, director of Google for Education, also said that Google has removed a toggle to enable and disable ads in the Apps for Education Administrator console. Removing the toggle means that ads in the Apps for Education suite are now automatically turned off, and administrators cannot turn them back on. Google Apps for Education provides the usual lineup of apps for email, calendar, and document creation but is geared toward students and teachers. More...