Court attributes Google’s privacy violations to ‘browser architecture’

31 August 2017 The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (‘the Court of Appeals’) issued, on 22 August 2017, its ruling in Paloma Gaos et. al. v. Google, Inc., in which it held that the District Court for the Northern District of California had not abused its discretion by approving a class action settlement brought by users of the search engine, on grounds that Google had violated their privacy by disclosing their search terms to third parties.

Source: USA: Court of Appeals attributes Google’s privacy violations to ‘browser architecture’

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