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Senators want FTC to investigate Google’s location data collection

Engadget: “In December of 2017, the office of US Senator Richard Blumenthal sent Google’s CEO a letter asking for a detailed explanation of the company’s privacy practices around location services. Based on a report at Quartz, the senator’s letter had 12 specific questions about how Google deals with location data. In January, Google responded to all of the issues in a lengthy letter signed by Google’s VP of public policy, Susan Molinari. Now, apparently unsatisfied with the response, Senators Blumenthal and Edward J. Markey have sent a written request to the FTC to investigate Google’s location services, along with “any deceptive acts and practices associated with the product.”…

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