Google To Pay 40 States $391.5 Million For Data Privacy Violations

  • Google has agreed to pay nearly $400 million to settle allegations over how it collects data from users.
  • On Monday, attorneys for the states announced the decision, noting that the tech-giant will pay $391.5 million to 40-states who accused it of violating its users rights to privacy.
  • A 2018 Associated Press article found that Google continued to track its users’ location data even after they opted-out of the service. This prompted the state’s allegations.
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