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Albuquerque, NM – Attorney General Hector Balderas today filed a lawsuit against
Google, LLC alleging the tech giant is illegally collecting personal information from New
Mexico school children under 13, in violation of the Federal Children’s Online Privacy
Protection Act and New Mexico’s Unfair Practices Act. Google offers its G Suite for
Education products (including Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, and other services),
along with Google Chromebook laptop computers, to school districts across New Mexico
at no cost. In his lawsuit, the Attorney General alleges that Google then uses its products
to collect large quantities of valuable personal information, without their parents’ consent,
from children under 13 who are often required by their schools to use these services.

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