(Jhaan Elker/The Washington Post)
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Google's new ad-tracking service raises consumer privacy concerns
A new program called Store Sales Measurement allows Google to see consumer credit and debit purchases. The Electronic Privacy Information Center filed a legal complaint with the FTC July 30.
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