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Quebec court moves ahead with proposed class-action against Google

News | 11/02/2021 5:30 pm EDT
Google's search engine logo celebrating the 140th anniversary of the RCMP in May 2013./ Image via Google.

A Quebec Superior Court judge has rejected an application by Alphabet Inc.’s Google to dismiss, or alternatively stay, the proceedings of a proposed class action lawsuit which alleges that the company “is collecting personal information on individuals who use Google websites and third-party websites which integrate its tools” without obtaining sufficient consent.

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