Google agrees to $392m settlement over 2018 location tracking breach

15/11/2022 | The Guardian

Google has agreed to a $392m (£329m) settlement after a 2018 investigation discovered the technology company had tracked the location of its users regardless of whether they had opted out. The case, the largest multi-state privacy settlement in US history, was hailed by 40 attorneys general as a historic victory for consumers.

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