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Google to Pay $85M Settlement in Arizona User-Tracking Case

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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich says his office has reached an $85 million settlement with Google. The settlement directs the bulk of the money to the general fund. The case was headed to trial this month before a settlement was reached. Prosecutors said Google generates most of its profit by selling ads that are shown to its users.
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Google to pay Arizona $85M in privacy suit that alleged 'deceptive' location tracking

Google will pay $85 million to settle Arizona's consumer privacy suit, which alleged the company tracked users' locations with "deceptive" practices.

2 months ago·United States
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Google to Pay $85M Settlement in Arizona User-Tracking Case

This is one of the largest settlements in the state's history, according to Arizona's attorney general.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Google is paying $85m to Arizona to end user-tracking suit

Google will pay an $85 million settlement to the state of Arizona in order to resolve claims that the company illegally tracked the location of Android device users.

2 months ago·United States
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Arizona announces $85M settlement with Google over user data

Arizona prosecutors began investigating Google after an Associated Press story in 2018 reported Google was misleading consumers on how they were tracking and using their location data.

2 months ago
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Google will pay Arizona $85M to settle lawsuit over Android's location tracking

Google has settled a privacy lawsuit filed against the search giant by Arizona's attorney general in 2020 for allegedly collecting location data from Android users for targeted ads.

2 months ago·Mountain View, United States
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