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Google, FTC reach $170M YouTube settlement

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Google agreed to pay a $170 million fine to settle allegations that its YouTube subsidiary violated federal law.

The settlement is the largest-ever Children's Online Privacy Protection Act fine.

Federal officials alleged YouTube violated the act by collecting user information from children in order to target advertisements to them.

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