Google is paying $ 22.5 million for a security blunder in Safari!

Google is paying $ 22.5 million for a security blunder in Safari!

Apple

Posted: August 9, 2012Updated: August 9, 2012

by TanguyH

Last week the Ferderal Trade Comission announced that Google would have to pay the modest sum of $ 22.5 million for violating the security settings in Safari.

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Google, the search engine integrated into Safari, made a big blunder. Indeed the American giant would have violated the security settings of Safari.

The business started in February, Google accompanied by other American giants did not respect the security settings imposed by Apple in Safari. The companies preferred to pass by in order to thus install ‘tracking cookies’ everywhere in Safari without consentApple.

Naturally these actions did not go unnoticed, Apple asked to sanction the companies that participated in these actions. Google is the company that takes the biggest slap because it will have to pay the sum of $ 22.5 million to Apple.