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Seoul Court orders Google to disclose shared personal data

Sunday 18 October 2015 | 12:00 CET | News
A Seoul count has ordered Google to disclose the list of personal information it has shared with third parties, including a US intelligence agency, Yonhap news agency reports. Back in July 2014, six South Korean activists filed a lawsuit against Google. The activists wanted to know whether Google shared their personal information with a third party.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Google
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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