Jackson in her ruling that: "EPIC and many other individuals and organizations have the event closely tracking and attention, these acts are legitimate. FTC told the court that they are on issues related to research, and may act in the completion of the study."
EPIC accused said the plan would allow Google to get more information about the user, and to be integrated in reducing the user control of their data at the same time, will also provide more user information to advertisers. Google denies, and that will not disclose any user information to third parties.
U.S. district judge Amy · Berman · Jackson (Amy Berman Jackson) said Friday in Washington issued a judgment, Congress did not grant the federal court jurisdiction, with the implementation of the supervision of the Federal Trade commission.