New Mexico Sues Google Over Children’s Privacy Violations


Google is being sued by the state of New Mexico A. Pisa Jackie Quinn reports it's accused of collecting personal data generated by school children the lawsuit claims Google is using its education services package as a way to spying on the internet usage of children and their families Attorney General Hector Balderas says tracking student data without parental consent is not only illegal under the children's online privacy protection act it's also dangerous he says Google is gathering physical locations websites visited videos watched contact lists and saved passwords Google says the claim is wrong and that its G. suite for education package allows schools to control account access and requires parental consent a similar lawsuit was settled with the state of

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