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ACCC investigating Google for data tracking

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is investigating accusations Google has allegedly been tracking Australian Android users.

It’s claimed Google is using up to $580 million worth of data without customer knowledge to collect information for advertisers.

Technology guru Stephen Fenech has the details.

“Google needs to be a bit more transparent about this,” he tells Chris Smith.

“Their intentions here are evil.

“If it’s impacting a customer’s use of their phone and costing them money, then definitely something’s got to be done.”

Stephen says Apple iPhone users are not affected.

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