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YouTube reportedly agrees to pay up to $200 million in FTC settlement (GOOGL)

Business Insider Friday, 30 August 2019
YouTube reportedly agrees to pay up to $200 million in FTC settlement (GOOGL)· *Google has reportedly agreed to pay a fine of between $150 and $200 million to the Federal Trade Commission as a part of a settlement agreement.*
· *FTC officials have been investigating whether YouTube violated children's privacy laws with its business practices.*
· *In addition to the fine, YouTube could be required to...
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Google will reportedly pay $150-200 million as part of its YouTube-related FTC settlement.

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