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Google Faces $93 Million Fine in California for Deceptive Location Data Settings

Google Faces $93 Million Fine in California for Deceptive Location Data Settings

California regulators have fined Google $93 million for misleading users about its location data collection practices. The company allegedly failed to provide clear information to users about how their location data was being used, leading to a violation of state privacy laws. This fine underscores the growing scrutiny of tech companies' data handling and privacy practices and serves as a reminder of the need for transparency in location data collection.

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