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To speed the process, a federal district court judge has ordered an accelerated briefing schedule in response to EPIC’s complaint. The court gave the FTC until Friday to respond to EPIC’s complaints, and EPIC is required to respond to that by Feb. 21.
But Google has already started defending its compliance with the FTC’s original consent order: In a lengthy January self-assessment submitted to the FTC, Google’s legal counsel reported the company “is acting in a manner consistent with its public representations regarding the privacy and confidentiality of its covered information.”
Until these questions are answered, the questions surrounding Google’s online privacy practices remain.