Google Ordered By FTC To Pay $22.5 Million For Bypassing Safari Privacy Settings

Earlier this year, news broke that Google and other online advertisers were bypassing Safari privacy settings to store tracking cookies on a user’s device. The company has, since then, stopped this practice.
Today, the Federal Trade Commission, as expected, announced that Google has agreed to pay a fine of $22.5 million to settle the charges. The fine is the largest ever penalty levied by the FTC for violation of an FTC order.
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