Touting that Washington state is receiving more than double what it would have received in the multistate Google settlement, Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced the company will pay $39.9 million over allegations that the tech giant used “deceptive” and “misleading” location tracking of users.

“Google denied Washington [state] consumers the ability to choose whether the company could track their sensitive location data, deceived them about their privacy options and profited from that conduct,” Ferguson said in a news release about the consent decree and resolution of the suit.