- Federal Trade Commission announced that Google will pay $22.5 million to settle privacy dispute.
- The case involved allegations that Google bypassed privacy settings of users of Apple’s Safari Internet browser.
- This is not the first time Google has run into trouble over its privacy practices.
- The company agreed to a settlement last year over allegations that it violated its privacy policies for Gmail users.
Google to Pay $22.5M to Settle Privacy Complaint.
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