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Daily Dashboard | Google Privacy Lawsuit Revised, Says Execs Made “Conscious Decision” Related reading: Italian Data Protection Authority issues first guidelines on GDPR-readiness

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Bloomberg reports on a revised privacy lawsuit against Google. The suit alleges the company comingled data across its services and products—in a Google project called Emerald Sea. U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal ruled in December that the plaintiffs failed to demonstrate harm caused by Google’s actions, and for the case to proceed, the plaintiffs must show how the comingling of data deprived them of the “economic value” of their data, the report states. Thursday’s revised complaint alleges Google executives in 2010 “made a conscious decision to withhold from the public information pertaining to the Emerald Sea plan, including Google’s intention to violate all existing privacy policies that placed any limitations on Google’s ability to combine information across platforms by doing precisely that once Emerald Sea became a reality.”
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