Google will reportedly be fined $22.5 million for spying on millions of Apple customers. The search-giant is at the centre of yet another privacy row, having been accused of bypassing web security settings.
Last month, we reported that Google was being investigated by Federal Trade Commission (FTC) due a privacy debacle by Apple’s web-browser Safari.
Last month, there were reports that Google had been bypassing privacy settings in Safari, by installing cookies to track the browsing habits of millions of users who did not know what was happening. Now this act can become the bone of a chicken in Google’s throat.