Mississippi Attorney General sues Google over student privacy

“Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, who previously battled Google over piracy allegations, is now suing the company for allegedly violating its privacy promises by collecting data about students who use its educational apps. “Google tracks, records, uses, and saves the online activity of Mississippi’s children, all for the purpose of processing student data to build a profile, which in turn aids its advertising business,” Hood alleges in a lawsuit filed last week in Mississippi.” Read more at MediaPost.



Categories: Law, Regulation

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