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Google has been accused of using hidden webpages that are assigned to users to provide more information to advertisers about their every move online.

Axar.az reports citing BBC.

The allegation has been added to a complaint lodged with the Irish Data Protection Commission.

The tech firm insists it acts in accordance with EU privacy laws.

It comes a day after Google was fined $170m (£138m) by a US watchdog for illegally capturing data from children and targeting them with adverts.

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2019.09.05 / 23:36
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