August 8, 2019 Breaches, Court, Featured News, Online, U.S.
A federal appeals court has rejected a settlement in a class-action lawsuit alleging that Mountain View-based Google spied on users’ online activity using tracking “cookies,” even when privacy settings were set to prevent the snooping.
A three-judge panel ruled Tuesday that a Delaware judge erred in approving the settlement in 2017.
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