FTC Fines Google $170 Million for Violating Children’s Privacy

YouTube has until early next year to implement changes

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The Federal Trade Commission has slapped Google with a $170 million fine to settle allegations of Google-owned video sharing service YouTube collecting the personal information of children without obtaining consent from their parents.

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