Arizona might slap a huge fine on Google over location tracking practice
A bombshell report from The Associated Press a few weeks ago, which explained how Google stores location data from some of its services when people people turn off the "Location History" setting, keeps kicking up new legal probes against the company over the practice.
We've already reported about the filing of a federal privacy lawsuit against the company, as well as the Electronic Privacy Information Center's complaint to the Federal Trade Commission. Now, here comes a probe from Arizona's attorney general Mark Brnovich (a Republican, we should note), whose office has already roped in an outside law firm to help it investigate the search giant.
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Arizona might slap a huge fine on Google over location tracking practice originally appeared on BGR.com on Tue, 11 Sep 2018 at 19:33:32 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.