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Proposed Lawsuit Settlement Doesn't Require Tech Giant to Pay Damages
Google says it will delete web browsing data generated by 136 million individuals who used the tech giant's Chrome browser in Incognito mode as part of a proposed settlement ending a class action lawsuit alleging the tech giant had misled consumers about privacy protections.

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