Google to pay $85 million to settle Arizona user tracking suit
Alphabet Google will pay the state of Arizona $85 million to settle a lawsuit in 2020 in which the search giant was accused of misleading users into recording their location even after it tried to disable Google tracking. business on their smartphones and web browsers.
Google used location information to sell ads for billions of dollars in profit, the state said. Most of the settlement money will go to a general state fund, he said.