Google was accused of using a special programming code, also known as "cookies" to track the user's browser Safari, even though these people were disabled logging browse web pages, Wall Street Journal or.
According to the Wall Street Journal (U.S.). Google most likely have to pay U.S. $ 22.5 million to settle a lawsuit alleging infringement of the corporation has the right to personal privacy of users of Apple's Safari web browser.
These fines will be the highest value ever that the Federal Trade Commission U.S. (FTC) applies to a company.
The European Union (EU) is investigating whether the search giant corporations have to comply with the stringent regulations of individual rights in the EU or not.