Tech giant faces group privacy claim after it allegedly sidestepped Apple security settings. By Josh Halliday
Google has admitted it intentionally sidestepped security settings on Apple’s Safari web browser which blocked websites from tracking users through cookies – data stored on users’ computers that show which sites they have visited. Security researchers revealed in February 2012 that Google’s DoubleClick advertising network intentionally stored these cookies on users’ computers without their consent.
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