RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Consumer Protection Department of the National Consumer Secretariat (SENACOM), of the Ministry of Justice, has opened an investigation against
Google for "allegedly collecting data on child and teenage YouTube users, without their parents' knowledge." According to the agency, this information is being used "to authorize targeted advertising."

The data collected involves the location of the users, the type of device used and the phone number. Google has . . .

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