California gives Google $93M fine — & crystal-clear guidelines

Deception’s not okay with California, so to ensure Google gets (and remembers) the message, CA’s Attorney General slapped a $93 million fine on the company for having led users to believe they were turning off location history, when in fact they either were not – or were inadvertently turning it back on. And Google also allowed personal ads to be shown after users toggled that option off. So, CA’s AG has helpfully sent Google (along with the fine) a list of a half dozen things it must do to comply.