Olswang leads on landmark group legal action against Google
Olswang is advising a group of internet users on a landmark privacy claim against Google, as the search giant faces allegations of secretly tracking online usage. The case centres around claims that Google installed tracking cookies on the computers and mobile devices of people using Apple's Safari internet browser, enabling it to track their movements on the internet.
Olswang is advising a group of internet users on a landmark privacy claim against Google, as the search giant faces allegations of secretly tracking online usage.
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