Australia’s ACCC is suing Google over tracking users. Here’s why it matters

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) today announced it is suing Google for misleading consumers about its collection and use of personal location data.

The case is the consumer watchdog’s first move against a major digital platform following the publication of the Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report in July.

The ACCC follows regulators in countries including the US and Germany in taking action against the way “tech giants” such as Google and Facebook harvest and exploit their users’ data.
https://theconversation.com/the-accc-is-suing-google-over-tracking-users-heres-why-it-matters-126020

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