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Google’s Marketing of Pine-Sol

Class Action

Google’s Marketing of Pine-Sol

In June 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed alleging that Google’s website – sometimes referred to as Google Buys or Google Shopping — misleadingly markets Pine-Sol Multi Surface Cleaner using language and an image of the product label that claims the cleaner “Kills 99.9% of Germs” and implies that the product will also kill the COVID-19 virus without adequate scientific studies to support such claims. (Golditch et al v. Alphabet, Inc., Google, Inc., and Google, LLC, Case No. 20-cv-11142, D. Mass.)


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Disclosures in Google Play

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Disclosures in Google Play

Allegations: Failing to adequately disclose that certain games use loot boxes, which are a form of gambling that violates state anti-gambling laws

Google Stadia

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Google Stadia

Allegations: Falsely advertising Stadia as more powerful than other gaming consoles and as displaying all video games in 4k resolution

Google Home Devices

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Google Home Devices

In August 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Google LLC and Alphabet Inc. for allegedly falsely advertising that various Google Home devices – including the Google Home, Google Home…

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…


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