FTC settlement with Google won't end privacy violations

Companies that live off user information will continue to test 'creepy' line

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More like Google would be "hit" with a stiff multimillion-dollar fine> Which is sure to bring a company that will generate nearly $40 billion in revenue this year to its knees.

For companies such as Google and Facebook, "paying" for violating user policy is a minor cost of conducting a business that has tremendous upside. The FTC's settlement with Google does nothing to change that basic value proposition.

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