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Google to Pay $392 Million to Settle Probe into Unwanted Tracking of Users’ Locations

HeadlineNov 15, 2022

In more tech news, Google has agreed to pay nearly $400 million to 40 states to settle lawsuits accusing the tech giant of tracking smartphone users’ movements — even after they changed a software setting to opt out of sharing their location data. In a statement announcing the settlement, Oregon’s attorney general said, “For years Google has prioritized profit over their users’ privacy.”

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