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Google Drive Storage Fees

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Google Drive Storage Fees

In January 2015, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Google for, among other things, allegedly deceiving customers who subscribe to Google Drive (a data-storage service). According to the complaint, Google fails to adequately inform customers who subscribe to one of the storage plans of the terms of the automatic renewal offer and charges them every month without their consent. (Mayron v. Google Inc., Case No. 1-15-cv-275940, Santa Clara County Superior Court).

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