The Federal Trade Commission settlement, which may shape up to be the largest fine in the FTC’s history, was first reported by , which based the story on information from “officials briefed on the settlement terms.”
Google was accused of privacy violations by the FTC for using a work-around to track Safari users’ web surfing habits even if those users activated a Safari feature designed to prevent tracking. Google stopped the practice after an earlier Wall Street Journal report about the situation.
Is this type of fine deserved?
Divorcing Google like Divorcing Scientology? lols! XD!
|Screenshot as I tried to post the above link this Morn.|