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Google will pay $391.5m (£330m) to settle allegations about how it collects data from users.
Axar.az reports that the technology giant tracked the location of users who opted out of location services on their devices, 40 US states said.
Google has been told to be transparent about location tracking in the future and develop a web page telling people about the data it collects.
It is the largest privacy-related multi-state settlement in US history.
A Google official said: "Consistent with improvements we've made in recent years, we have settled this investigation, which was based on outdated product policies that we changed years ago."
Last month, Google agreed to pay Arizona $85m over similar issues concerning how it collects location data.
There remains one outstanding case on the topic in the US courts, after Texas, Indiana, Washington and the District of Columbia took legal action against Google in January.
2022.11.16 / 10:57