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Daily Dashboard | AGs question Google's class-action privacy settlement Related reading: Now that it's fully staffed, what can we expect from the FTC?

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A group of 16 state attorneys general has sent a brief to the U.S. Supreme Court related to Google’s settlement in a class-action privacy case, MediaPost reports. The attorneys general are asking the Supreme Court to review a settlement where Google is required to donate $5.3 million to six nonprofits for a case where the tech company allegedly violated users’ privacy by transferring search queries to the websites individuals click on when leaving the search engine. The group of attorneys generals wrote in the brief the settlement is not in the class’s best interest if they do not receive any direct compensation for the case.
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