Google violated IPhone users’ privacy, Stanford study finds – Washington Post


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Google violated IPhone users' privacy, Stanford study finds
Washington Post
Using its DoubleClick ad network, Google has been dodging a privacy setting in Safari, the primary Web browser on the iPhone and iPad, according to a report Friday by Stanford's Security Lab and the Center for Internet and Society.
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