Google Sued OVER deceptive tracking

The District of Columbia and three states are suing Google for allegedly deceiving consumers and invading their privacy by making it nearly impossible for them to stop their location from being tracked.
These states claim Google has “systematically” deceived consumers about how their locations are tracked and used. They also claim the BIG TECH giant has misled users into believing they can control the information the company collects about them- when in fact they cannot.
I’m interested in hearing your thoughts.

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@kirkmahoneyphd WOW! Thanks for sharing. I honestly never thought that they will face any consequences. However, $391.5 million is not much for Google. I think it should be more.

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That is just horrible. Makes you wonder what these apps “leave” on your phone when you think you have uninstalled them.

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The best way to avoid this is to never install problematic apps in the first place

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All countries and users should sue their assess until they stop

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The link above came out somewhat strange, but it’s an article about calls for ban on spyware.

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