FTC hits Google with $22.5 million fine for Safari tracking

Cnet: The government agency today announced that Google has agreed to pay $22.5 million to settle the FTC's charges that the search giant "placed an advertising tracking cookie on the computers of Safari users who visited sites within Google's DoubleClick advertising network." The issue, the FTC said, is that Google had assured those users that they would be automatically opted out of the tracking because of Safari's handling of third-party cookies.

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DivineHand1251536d ago (Edited 1536d ago )

i wonder where the moneys from this fined go, Into someones bank account?
Wished there was a system where its victims that actually gets the money from these fines