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Comment: Google’s Android location-data lawsuits unite regulators 13,000 kilometers apart in US, Australia

By Laurel Henning and Mike Swift
  • 23 Aug 2021 17:53
  • 23 Aug 2021 19:44
Google’s defense of location data lawsuits in Australia and the US shows not only the increased regulatory scrutiny the technology giant faces on privacy but growing international cross-pollination, as regulators try to leverage parallel probes to bolster their individual claims.

A recently filed US court document obtained by MLex shows the Arizona attorney

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