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Google Prevails in Legal Dispute Over Browser Tracking



A legal dispute over Google’s practice of tracking users to create targeted advertisements ended Wednesday as a federal judge ruled in the company’s favor.

A class action lawsuit, titled Google Inc. Cookie Placement Consumer Privacy Litigation, was brought by web browser users who alleged that Google avoided browser security settings, using cookies to track usage on computers and mobile devices. The plaintiffs alleged that the company wrongfully maneuvered its way through browser security. They further claimed that this tracking information informed Google’s use of targeted ads.

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