in Newswire April 9, 2021

Google Breaks User Privacy Promises ‘Billions of Times Every Day’ Through Real-Time Ad Auctions, Class Action Says

by Corrado Rizzi

Last Updated on April 9, 2021

Hewitt et al. v. Google LLC

Filed: March 26, 2021 § 5:21-cv-02155

A class action alleges Google breaks its promises to never sell users’ personal information to third parties and to allow individuals to decide how their information is used “billions of times every day."

Defendant(s)

Google

State(s)

California

Last Updated on April 9, 2021 — 5:04 PM

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