ND to get $4.1 million in Google settlement over location tracking practices
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - North Dakota will get a share in a settlement with Google over its location tracking practices.
Forty states will split more than $390 million, and North Dakota’s share will be $4.1 million.
Attorney General Drew Wrigley says it’s the largest multistate attorney general privacy settlement in U.S. history.
The settlement requires Google to be more transparent with consumers.
More information on the settlement can be found here.
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