It follows changes to the policy two years ago which regulators felt breached European rules.
Among other things, it says Google must tell users exactly what data is collected and with whom it is shared.
The dispute has been running since March 2012 when Google consolidated its 60 privacy policies into one and started combining data from YouTube, Gmail and Google Maps.
Users were given no means to opt out of the changes.
Although Google has not been directly accused of acting illegally, it has been accused of providing “incomplete and approximate” details raising “deep concerns about data protection and the respect of the European law”.
“It has made some changes but our investigation won’t end until we believe it is fully compliant,” said a spokesman for the UK’s information commissioner’s office (ICO).
In a letter addressed to Google’s chief executive Larry Page, the European Union’s data protection working party wrote: “Google must meet its obligations with respect to the European and national data protection legal frameworks and has to determine the means to achieve these legal requirements.”
A spokesman for Google told the Reuters news agency that it was looking forward to discussing the new guidelines.
“We have worked with different data protection authorities across Europe to explain our privacy policies,” he said.
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