Big Companies Paying Big Fines

By + More


Next »

2 of 11

« Back

(Paul Sakuma/AP, File)

It's not official yet, but several news organizations have reported that the Web-search giant will pay a $22.5 million fine to settle charges that it bypassed the privacy settings on Apple's Safari browser, potentially violating the privacy rights of millions of Apple users. Though the fine is a small sum by Google's standards, the case could augur tougher enforcement of privacy rules in the future.

Next: Johnson & Johnson

You Might Also Like