AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine's attorney general is urging Google to put in place more and better transparency and privacy controls.

Janet Mills joined 22 other state's attorneys general in a letter to Google CEO Larry Page this week that says they will be monitoring Google's activities related to consumer privacy.

In the letter, the attorneys general express concern that "consumers have no one place they can go view and manage the vast amounts of information that Google collects and analyzes about them across different products."

Mills says in a statement that she is encouraged by some improvements Google has made in areas like notifying consumers about their privacy controls and how to access them. Those changes were made after 36 state attorneys general sent a letter to Page last year.