Google is facing a lawsuit for its collection of location data even when users turned off location services.
The suit came just four days after a report from the Associated Press about Google’s data collection practices. Google user Napoleon Patacsil’s response was to go to court.
“Google expressly represented to users of its operating system and apps that the activation of certain settings will prevent the tracking of users’ geolacation,” Patacsil’s lawyers wrote in a legal complaint filed on Friday. “That representation was false.”