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Privacy breach: Google, 5 million $ class action. 5 million $ class action against Google.

Privacy breach: Google, 5 million $ class action. 5 million $ class action against Google.

The charge against the web giant is to keep track of the activities online during the incognito mode use, by operating in a misleading way towards million users into Chrome browser, and by breaching privacy.

Practically, the incognito mode should allow to the users to use internet without stored their data, anyway, in the subpoena of the San Jose federal court in California is affirmed that Google recollect secretly informations on what people search into the web during the incognito mode from a computer to a smartphone, using also plugin and app like Google Analytics, Google Ad Manager.

The Google strategy is to know friends, hobbies, favorite food, habits and also “the most private things that are weird” that are online, it is affirmed that “Google can not continue to engage in the collection of hidden and unauthorized data by virtually all Americans with a computer or phone.”

As the Reuters Agency affirms, Jose Castaneda, Google spokesman, declares that California company will vigorously defend itself against such allegations. Should Google succumb to the lawsuit, it would face a loss of almost 6% of its annual global turnover, which is higher than the dreaded penalties for Gdpr violations, which can be as high as 4% of revenue.

SOURCE: FEDERPRIVACY

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