Google sued for tracking users' 'private' internet browsing
DOJ interviewed multiple Google competitors as it weighs bringing antitrust case: Gasparino
Sources tell FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino the focus of the Department of Justice’s case against Google is unclear, but questions have been wide-ranging over search and ‘ad tech.’
Google was sued on Tuesday in a proposed class action accusing the internet search company of illegally invading the privacy of millions of users by tracking their internet use from browsers set in “private” browsing mode.
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ARIZONA SUES GOOGLE OVER 'DECEPTIVE' LOCATION TRACKING
The lawsuit seeks at least $5 billion, accusing the Alphabet Inc unit of illegally collecting information about what people are viewing online and where they are doing their browsing, through various applications and website plug-ins including Google Analytics and Google Ad Manager.