Google will pay $22.5 million to settle Apple Safari privacy case – (blog)

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Google will pay $ 22.5 million to settle Apple Safari privacy case (blog)
Google Inc. has agreed to pay $ 22.5 million in civil penalties to settle charges it secretively tracked iPhone and other Apple computer users via Safari, a Web browser made by Apple Inc. In February, a Stanford University researcher discovered a
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