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SAN FRANCISCO — A federal court in California dismissed a shareholder action alleging YouTube owner Alphabet violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. The board of directors reasonably thought YouTube was complying with the law because the Federal Trade Commission had labeled it a general audience site, the court wrote.

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