Consumer Watchdog is calling on the FTC to take action against Google for allegedly sharing users’ information with apps developer. And they want hefty fines.
The group also asked California Attorney General Kamala Harris to investigate whether Google’s actions also violate California law.
In a seven-page formal letter of complaint to Charles A. Harwood, the FTC’s Acting Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection, Simpson, wrote:
Read Consumer Watchdog’s letter to the FTC here:http://www.consumerwatchdog.org/resources/ltrftc022513.pdf and their press release here.