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Google Hit With Privacy Suit Over Real-Time Bidding

Google’s real-time bidding system violates users’ privacy by disseminating their personal data with “thousands” of outside companies, two web users allege in a new lawsuit against the company.

“Google actively sells and shares consumers’ personal information with thousands of entities, ranging from advertisers to publishers to hedge funds to political campaigns and even to the government, through its Google Real-Time Bidding system,” California resident Benjamin Hewitt and Missouri resident Kimberley Woodruff allege in a 118-page class-action complaint filed Friday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

Source: Google Hit With Privacy Suit Over Real-Time Bidding 03/30/2021

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