U.K. Group Wants to Pursue Privacy Damages Against Google

British Internet users who believe their privacy was breached by Google tracking their online activity and targeting them with personalized advertisements have the right to sue for damages in the UK, the High Court has heard. A group, known as known as Safari Users Against Google's Secret Tracking, have launched a test case in which they accuse the web giant of bypassing security settings in order to collect information on their browsing habits.