Missouri’s attorney general on Monday launched an investigation into Google Inc., questioning whether the search engine company’s data-collection and privacy practices violate state consumer protection laws.

Josh Hawley, a Republican running for U.S. Senate, issued an eight-page civil investigative demand to the Mountain View-based company seeking records about privacy policies, data-sharing practices with third parties, database protection efforts and more.

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