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Google Data

A federal court in California granted final approval of a settlement agreement in class action alleging software glitches made up to 500,000 Google Plus users’ private data accessible to third-party app developers without notice or consent.

SAN JOSE, Calif. — A federal court in California granted final approval of a settlement agreement in a class action alleging software glitches made up to 500,000 Google Plus users’ private data accessible to third-party app developers without notice or consent. 

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