Google published a blog post seeking to clarify its information regarding users' settings and control over the collection of their location data. The company says it has spent recent years adding "more control and transparency directly into our products," and discusses specific actions it has taken, noting "we never sell your location data to advertisers" and users can control third-party sharing. Meanwhile, a lawsuit in Arizona related to Google's location data settings was referred for trial by jury. Editor's note: The IAPP's Joe Duball reported on suits brought by state attorneys general against Google's location data practices.
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