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 March 20, 2019  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Featured News

Alexandra Jones reports:

A privacy class action that Google settled for $8.5 million faced a Supreme Court clamp-down Wednesday, with the justices ruling 8-1 that there are too many questions about standing to move forward.

Google established the fund in 2015 to resolve claims that it allowed third-party websites to access users’ search terms without permission.

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