is reporting that a "Google You Owe Us" movement is claiming the US tech giant could owe 5.4m people up to GBP2.7bn in compensation for overriding the default privacy
setting on iPhones to glean data on browsing habits. It is a move dubbed the "Safari Workaround." Lawyers are claiming that the case will go to the High Court in London next year.
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