Sept. 15, 2023, 7:12 p.m. | /u/NuseAI

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age

- Google will pay $93 million to settle accusations of misleading consumers on how and when their location information was being tracked and stored.

- The settlement stems from a lawsuit brought by the California attorney general, who alleged that Google misled users into believing they had more control over their location information than they actually did.

- While Google gave users the option to turn off their 'location history', the company continued to collect and store location data through …

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