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Tech giant Google is facing another lawsuit over allegations that its apps continue to track users even after they opt out of tracking.

Reuters reports that a new lawsuit claims that Google tracks hundreds of thousands of user actions on a daily basis across hundreds of mobile apps, often even after the users have followed the company’s recommended actions for preventing Google from tracking them.

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