Google’s search engine, which has been around since the dawn of computing, has come under fire in recent months for targeting certain websites and services with advertisements.
Last month, a German court ruled that Google should be banned from running ads on search results because they violate the German privacy law.
The decision came after the Federal Court of Justice ruled that advertising on Google search results violates the privacy rights of individuals.
The company was accused of violating privacy laws and EU privacy rules in Germany by launching a service to collect data about its users.
However, the Federal Constitutional Court overturned the court’s ruling, saying Google violated EU data protection law by collecting information about individuals and data.
Google has argued that it is not collecting personal data.
It has also argued that the data collected by its services are being used for a good cause, and that it does not collect personally identifiable information.
However Google’s data processing activities are covered under EU law.
It says it has always complied with EU data privacy laws.