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A federal court in California granted Google’s motion to dismiss a suit brought by Tulsi Gabbard’s campaign accusing the company of unlawfully suspending her advertisements temporarily, finding that the campaign failed to show how Google’s regulation of its platform is “in any way equivalent to a governmental regulation of an election.”

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New Mexico Sues Google Over Collection of Kids’ Personal Data

New Mexico’s attorney general sued Google in federal court Thursday, claiming the tech giant is illegally collecting the personal information of children under the age of 13 through the company’s Google Education service that has been adopted by schools across the country.

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Businesses Confused Over Terms of California’s New Privacy Law

With a monumental privacy law set to take effect in just a few weeks, privacy advocates, corporate lawyers and representatives from trade groups and financial institutions flocked to a public hearing in San Francisco on Wednesday to voice the almost unanimous view that the California Consumer Privacy Act still needs some work.

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