The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced on August 9, 2012 that Google Inc. (“Google”) agreed to pay a $22.5 million civil penalty to settle allegations that the company had breached default settings on Apple Inc.’s Safari browser by placing tracking cookies and serving targeted advertisements to users in conflict with Google’s specific, public representations to the contrary.
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FTC imposes record $22.5 million fine on Google in for violation of prior privacy promises
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