Ryan Gallagher reports:
An award-winning company founded by former Google engineers is suing the search engine giant over claims it is violating privacy rights on a “massive scale.”
Disconnect, a U.S. firm that designs privacy-enhancing technology, has filed a complaint with European antitrust regulators after its Android app was banned from the Google Play Store. The app was designed to protect smartphone users from invisible tracking and malware distributed through online advertisements.
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