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Daily Dashboard | Google, 40 states reach historic settlement over location tracking Related reading: Understanding scope, requirements of Florida's Digital Bill of Rights



Google reached a $391.5 million settlement with 40 state attorneys general over allegations its location tracking misled users, The New York Times reports. The state attorneys general said the settlement, which followed a four-year investigation, is the largest involving internet privacy by U.S. states. Under the settlement, Google agreed to clarify its location tracking disclosures in 2023. About the case, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum said, "Consumers thought they had turned 'off' their location tracking features on Google, but the company continued to secretly record their movements and sell that information to advertisers." 
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