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Youtube is forced to pay billions for collecting data on children


Google is forced to pay the equivalent of SEK 1.5 billion in fines for Youtube, which is part of the Google Group, has collected personal information about children. This is contrary to the law, the US Commerce Commission has decided.

The amount of the fine is the largest since a law came into force in 1998 that prohibits companies from collecting information about children under the age of thirteen.

Youtube is dropped to track user behavior via so-called cookies on children's channels. This without the parents' approval.

The text is updated

Source: svt

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