Google Agrees To $391.5 Million Privacy Settlement With 40 States | #Cybersecurity |

Google agreed to pay $391.5 million in a privacy recompense with 40 state attorneys general over its location tracking disciplines.

The States asserted that the search engine giant deluded people into considering they had turned off proximity-based data collection when the firm continued to distribute that information. Google pledged to improve its location tracking divulgence starting in 2023.

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