Software provider Avast will pay $16.5 million and not sell consumers’ browsing data for advertising purposes in settlement of Federal Trade Commission allegations that the company did not fully disclose how it would use consumers’ browser information.

The FTC alleged that the information collected included users’ web searches and webpages that they visited, which revealed “consumers’ religious beliefs, health concerns, political leanings, location, financial status, visits to child-directed content and other sensitive information.”