Google under investigation for tracking users' location without consent, says report
CNET --------- Arizona is investigating Google's practices when it comes to tracking user location, according to a Tuesday report in The Washington Post. If the investigation finds evidence Google has violated user privacy, the state's attorney general, Mark Brnovich, could potentially slap the search giant with a heavy fine, the Post said in its report. Brnovich's office didn't confirm the existence of the inquiry to the Post, which based its report on confirmation from an anonymous source. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.