Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai can be Questioned in a Privacy Lawsuit 

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai can be Questioned in a Privacy Lawsuit 

A California federal judge has ruled that Alphabet Inc’s Chief Executive Sundar Pichai can be questioned in connection with Plaintiffs’ acquisition of unlawfully tracking their internet use while on “Incognito” browsing mode. 

In June 2020, the lawsuit accused Google of illegally invading their privacy by tracking internet use while Google Chrome browsers were set on “private” mode. Earlier, Google has said that Incognito only stops data from being saved to a user’s device and is fighting the lawsuit.

Amid growing public concerns about online surveillance, the Alphabet unit’s privacy disclosures have generated regulatory and legal scrutiny in recent years.

Read More: reuters

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