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Plaintiffs Alleged Google Sought to Cover Up API Flaw That Exposed Private Data
Silicon Valley giant Google agreed to settle for $350 million a shareholder lawsuit alleging it mislead investors by attempting to cover up a privacy flaw in now-defunct social network Google+ that resulted in outside applications having access to private profile information.

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