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Google, YouTube to pay record fine over privacy protections

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 4 September 2019
Google and YouTube on Wednesday agreed to pay a record $170 million in a national settlement for violating the children's online protection.
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News video: Google, FTC Reach Settlement Over Alleged YouTube Privacy Violations

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Google has agreed to pay a record $170 million penalty to settle accusations that YouTube broke the law when it knowingly tracked and sold ads targeted to children.

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