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Daily Dashboard | DC attorney general reaches $9.5M location privacy settlement with Google Related reading: A new era of US privacy policy? National security restrictions on personal data transactions



The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia announced a $9.5 million settlement with Google over use of "dark patterns" that led to user location data collection. The attorney general alleged Google deployed "deliberate design choices" that asked users "to enable location in certain apps and claiming products would not function properly if location was not enabled." Additional remedial measures for Google include increased transparency practices, data sharing and retention limits, and annual compliance reports.
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