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Daily Dashboard | Federal judge upholds NM children’s privacy lawsuit against Google Related reading: AI governance professionals needed; IAPP AIGP training now available



A federal judge in New Mexico upheld a lawsuit against Google for allegedly violating privacy laws by collecting children’s data through mobile gaming apps without consent, MediaPost reports. U.S. District Court Judge Martha Vazquez granted a request to dismiss similar claims against Twitter and ad-tech companies, originally included in the lawsuit filed by New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas. Vazquez said the “reasonable inference” from the allegations is that Google had a “first-hand awareness or understanding” of the apps’ “child-directed nature.”
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