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Daily Dashboard | Plaintiffs Say Viacom, Google Lawsuit Should Proceed Related reading: Equifax breach has some calling for a credit reporting industry 'rethink'

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Plaintiffs are arguing that a privacy lawsuit against Google and Viacom should proceed, MediaPost News reports. “Viacom and Google, for their own pecuniary gain, have systematically employed Internet cookie technology to violate minor children’s right to be let alone,” attorneys wrote in papers filed last week with U.S. District Court Judge Stanley Chesler. “Defendants have developed third-party cookies to share video-viewing histories of these children and otherwise to track the contents of the Internet communications of millions of Americans online,” they added. Lawyers for Google and Viacom have argued the case should be dismissed.
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