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Daily Dashboard | Google to pay $39.9M location privacy settlement Related reading: Top issues to address when using automated employment decision-making tools


Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced Google agreed to a USD39.9 million settlement in a case concerning the company's location tracking practices. The lawsuit stemmed from alleged deception related to user controls over what location data Google collects and uses. Additionally, Google will also adopt court-ordered transparency measures. Meanwhile, attorneys general from Connecticut, Oregon and Washington, D.C., secured a USD100,000 settlement with fertility app Premom after the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's ban on the app's health data sharing practices.
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