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17:20

Safari tracking: Google has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $22.5m

BGR :: The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday announced that Google has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $22.5 million to settle charges that it misrepresented itself to users of Apple’s Safari Web browser. Earlier this year, it was discovered that the Internet giant had been bypassing the security settings on Safari to install unwanted third-party tracking cookies on computers even when such actions were supposed to be blocked.

A report by Dan Graziano, www.bgr.com

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