US court orders Google to pay in privacy case, company’s second legal setback in days

  • US Magistrate Judge Susan van Keulen in San Jose, California has sanctioned Google in a privacy case.
  • This is Google’s second legal setback in days.
  • The order stems from a class action claiming Google unlawfully tracked its users while they were using the company’s Chrome browsers in private, or “incognito,” mode.


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