Judge rules that Google secretly collects personal data even in 'Incognito Mode"

is facing a class action lawsuit filed by consumers who claim that the company continues to collect personal data from users even when the users browse using the incognito mode designed to keep their personal data private. The plaintiffs allege that even with data collection turned off in Chrome, Google has other options that can be used to collecr information. Google asked that the court throw out the case, but a federal judge on Friday denied that request.
The judge was none other than Lucy Koh, who became known for her handling of the original Apple vs. Samsung …
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