New Delhi: Google ranks among the largest tech companies in the world. The company has been fined 12.24 lakh crore. The US Federal Trade Commission has imposed this fine on the company. Google is alleged to have illegally collected children's data by its affiliate and video sharing company YouTube, and then later shared it with other third-party companies. The company did not even get consent from the parents to collect this data.
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The company has agreed to pay the fine before the FTC and the New York State Attorney, admitting their mistake. FTC Chairman Joe Simmons said YouTube is liked by children the most. In such a situation, sharing private information of children with a third party is a direct violation of US law. This would be the largest fine ever imposed by the US Trade Safety Regulatory Federal Trade Commission in the case of children's privacy violations.
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Josh Golin, executive officer of the nonprofit group Commercial-Free Childhood, said, "YouTube illegally collected data and made huge profits, ignoring the children's privacy law." Let us tell you that the FTC had financed $ 5 billion on Facebook last month. Significantly, these tech companies are often accused of stealing or leaking personal information.
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