Google has agreed to pay up after 37 states across the U.S. accused it of misrepresentation when it comes to targeted advertising. Normally, when a person searches for a product on Google, cookies notify advertisers that users are looking for that item. But, Apple's Safari browser installed specific software to prevent third-parties like Google from tracking users' online activity. In turn, Google wrote a code to work around that and misled the public into thinking it hadn't. Now, the states are hitting the internet giant where it hurts, in the pocketbook. RT correspondent Meghan Lopez fills us in on the details of a new settlement.

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