CANBERRA, Australia - Google broke Australian law by misleading users about personal location data collected through Android mobile devices, a judge found Friday.
Users were not informed that leaving 'Web & App Activity' setting on would allow Google to continue to collect data.
Section 230 has become a lightning rod on both sides of the aisle, with critics saying the 25-year-old law needs to be updated.
Google will also be taking steps to make it easier for people to find vaccine sites.
Australia's competition watchdog may take legal action against Google after the tech giant completed its acquisition of fitness tracking pioneer Fitbit amid the regulator's investigation of the transaction.
More than 200 employees at Google announced earlier this week that they’re forming a union with the Communications Workers of America.
Google is delaying employees’ return to offices to September 1, and will expect employees to report to work in-person for at least three days a week thereafter, according to an…
(Reuters) - Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Inc's Google said on Sunday it has removed a number of browser extensions of online conglomerate IAC/InterActive Corp for "policy violations" and is reviewing "enforcement options."
Influential technology critic Tristan Harris wants more regulation of the big tech companies and says Australia's push to charge the tech giants to fund journalism has application on a global…
The Senate Commerce Committee plans to subpoena the CEOs of Google, Facebook and Twitter to testify at an Oct. 1 hearing about the tech industry's prized liability protections if the…