Google is again facing a new case, but this time they are not defending it, instead they are ready to pay the penalty.
The Mountain View, California-based Google is said to be negotiating with the FTC regarding the penalty or how much they have to pay for breaching the Safari Internet browser that Apple Inc. made, according to a person who is knowledgeable about the matter.
The fine could possibly reach over $10 million dollars, according to the person, who refused to be acknowledged for the reason that negotiations are private. The penalty will be the very first . . . → Read More: FTC Fines Google for Breaching Safari
The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) is seeks to fine the search engine giant Google Inc. $25,000 because of not cooperating with the investigation into the company’s gathered personal data through wireless networks.
Google impeded and delayed the probe for a couple of months, which involved, SMS, e-mail, as well as other private information obtained in association with Google’s Street View location service, based on an FCC filing on April 13.
Having a market value reaching $203.5 billion, Google protected its intervention with the agency.
“We worked in good faith to answer the FCC’s questions throughout the inquiry, and we’re pleased . . . → Read More: FCC Fines Google $25,000 for Not Cooperating to Investigation
Once again, the internet giant – Google – is facing a lawsuit, but not against a company or another search engine but a Japanese man claiming to be defamed by the search engine.
A Japanese found out that if he searched his name into Google search engine, a lot more than 10,000 various suggestions appeared because of this autocomplete feature. This feature is apparently connecting his identify to illegal and criminal acts. He contacted Google regarding this matter but the internet giant declined to his request to remove many of these autocomplete suggestions, the Japanses man . . . → Read More: Japanese Man Sues Google for Autocomplete Feature