Google has been faced with a class action alleging privacy infringement through the Android app. Plaintiffs allege that Google misleads users into giving the false impression that they are managing their data. The proceedings allege that Google's privacy controls are fake and that Google illegally intercepts and sells personal information. Plaintiffs also argue that Google's privacy controls do not prevent Google from collecting and selling confidential online activity information. The proceedings show that Google is explaining it as evidence of continued access to personal information, regardless of privacy settings.
The full description of the proceedings is as follows: Class action (1) Federal wiretapping violation, 18USC §§ 2510, ET. Array; (2) Invasion of privacy law ghost mannequin effect service violations, CAL. Criminal Code §§ 631 & 632; (3) Invasion of Privacy; (4) Comprehensive Computer Data Access and Fraud, CAL. Criminal Code § 502. Google's privacy management, which is said to be a lie The proceedings allege that the privacy controls provided by Google are fraudulent. Google's privacy controls claim that it doesn't prevent Google from collecting data, regardless of the consumer's choices. advertisement Continue reading below "Google's privacy promises and guarantees are a blatant lie. … In fact, Google intercepts, tracks, and collects browsing history and activity data for consumers' mobile apps, regardless of what safeguards or “privacy settings” consumers have to protect their privacy. , For sale. " How Google leverages apps to invade user privacy The plaintiff said that third-party Android apps need to use Google's Firebase SDK (software development kit) to participate in other Google services such as advertising platforms, promotions on Google Play, and Google Analytics.
I am complaining. They claim that the Firebase SDK allows Google to "intercept" the activity of the app. The app's activity data is said to be able to reveal who you dated, where you ate, what sites you visited, what your hobbies were, and where you took your vacation. In the proceedings, this pile of information about the individual is not only a privacy breach, but also poses a risk to the security of the individual as malicious persons such as criminals and fraudulent government agencies can access the information. It states. advertisement Continue reading below "Google practices violate consumer privacy. They deliberately deceive consumers.