Google fined $60million after misleading Australians on location, tracking data

Google smacked with huge $60million fine after promising Aussies it wasn’t tracking them when it was

  • Google received fine after misleading users on collection of personal data  
  • Federal Court of Australia last year found Google breached consumer laws 
  • Misleading users on the collection of data about location via mobile devices  

Google has agreed to pay $60 million in penalties flowing from a long-running court fight with the Australian competition watchdog over the tech giant misleading users on the collection of personal location data. 

In April last year, the Federal Court of Australia found Google breached consumer laws by misleading some local users into thinking the company was not collecting personal data about their location via…

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