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Google has agreed to pay $60M to settle a court case with Australia's ACCC over misleading some Android users about collection of personal location data (The Guardian)


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Google has agreed to pay $60M to settle a court case with Australia’s ACCC over misleading some Android users about collection of personal location data  —  The tech giant kept track of some Android phone owners even when their location history was set to ‘off’


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