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The case revolves around Apple’s Safari browser, Google’s Safari workaround, and cookies — small text files installed on PCs that record data on surfing activity. In spite of default privacy settings and user preferences — including an opt-out of consent to be tracked by cookies — Google’s tracking cookies gathered information on Safari browser users for nine months in 2011 and 2012.

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