Arizona attorney general sues Google over how it collects information

By Jeff Gifford | Phoenix Business Journal

Arizona filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against Google, alleging the tech giant uses deceptive and unfair practices to get users’ location data and fuel its massive advertising business.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed the lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court under the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act.

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