Today’s days Google is trying to find a way to pay a huge fine FTC may give them. The company would not collapse from this penalty, but it would definitely hurt. According to Fridays reports Google may be fined ten million dollars or more.
The penalty is for allegedly hacking Apple’s Safari browser to target users with ads, according to the report. The fine would be the first by the FTC for a violation of Internet privacy as the agency steps up enforcement of consumers” online rights, The Sydney Morning Herald reports.
“Google is quickly becoming the privacy problem child for regulators in the U.S. and Europe,” Jeffrey Chester, executive director of the Center for Digital Democracy, tells Bloomberg. “The Commission’s work to enforce its consent decree with Google shows there’s a real regulatory cop on the digital beat.”