Judge approves $22.5M Google fine for violating Safari privacy

A U.S. federal judge in San Francisco gives the nod of approval, declaring that Google should pay a $22.5M USD fine for misleading consumers about the privacy protections offered to users of Apple’s Safari web browser.

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