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Google Pays $391 Million Fine for Collecting Location Data |  Technology

Google Pays $391 Million Fine for Collecting Location Data | Technology


Google’s parent company, Alphabet, has paid dozens of US states $391.5 million (about 380 million euros) in fines. The company is settling a lawsuit related to the unauthorized use of Google users’ location data. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel made the announcement Monday evening.

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