Google facing class action of at least USD 5 bln for gathering private browsing information

Wednesday 3 June 2020 | 09:23 CET | News
Google has been accused of secretly gathering information about people's browsing information, even when they are in "incognito" mode, Reuters reported, saying the company is now facing a class action suit. Plaintiffs are seeking at least USD 5 billion, saying millions of users have been affected by the company's actions since June 2016, even when browsing in "private" mode. A spokesperson for Google said the company will defend itself vigorously against the claims.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Google
Countries: United States
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