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Daily Dashboard | Judge dismisses YouTube children's privacy case Related reading: California assembly committee initiates CCPA clarifications

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A South Carolina federal judge dismissed a lawsuit that claimed Google’s YouTube violated children’s privacy by tracking their online movement for ad-targeting purposes, MediaPost reports. Google had previously encouraged the suit to be dismissed based on the plaintiff's inability to support a finding that the company engaged in activity that would constitute an “intrusion upon seclusion” and did not allege injury as a result of the tracking. “The Court agrees with defendants that plaintiffs fail to allege sufficiently offensive conduct on the part of defendants to survive a motion to dismiss,” the judge wrote.
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