Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Google to Pay $29.5 Million to Settle Lawsuits Over User Location Tracking

Google has agreed to pay a total of $29.5 million to settle two different lawsuits brought by Indiana and Washington, D.C., over its "deceptive" location tracking practices. The search and advertising giant is required to pay $9.5 million to D.C. and $20 million to Indiana after the states sued the company for charges that the company tracked users' locations without their express consent. The
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NFPs “inherently vulnerable” to cyber security attacks - Pro Bono Australia

NFPs “inherently vulnerable” to cyber security attacks  Pro Bono Australia http://dlvr.it/Sj0J6h