In early January, Google LLC agreed to pay $ 7.5 million to settle disputed class disputes initiated in connection with its discontinued media platform on Google+.
The Settlement Report was the fourth most read risk management article on Business Insurance Website 2020.
Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc., acknowledged that software bugs in its social media platform on Google+ potentially exposed users' profile information , including their personal information, for unauthorized third parties. There was no evidence that the information was available, according to the plaintiff's settlement proposal.
In July, a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in San Jose, California, accused Google of recording what people were doing on hundreds of thousands of cell phones. apps even if they followed the company's recommended settings to stop such monitoring.
In September, Alphabet reached a $ 31
The alphabet said the settlement would fund diversity initiatives and ban severance packages for employees who are subject to sexual assault or retaliation investigations.
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