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YouTube Slapped With Record $170M Fine Over Violating Children’s Privacy Laws

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YouTube Slapped With Record $170M Fine Over Violating Children’s Privacy Laws

YouTube Slapped With Record $170M Fine Over Violating Children’s Privacy Laws

YouTube and its parent company Google have been hit with a $170 million fine for violating a children’s privacy law.

Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.


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