Between 2006 and 2013, more than 1 billion Google users worldwide would have used the search engine.

- A legal claim between Google and the US District Court for the Northern District of California offers eligible users a chance to claim the free money.

The lawsuit alleges that Google improperly shared user search queries with third-party websites and companies.

Users who clicked on Google search links between October 25, 2006 and September 30, 2013 may participate in a class-action suit.

- Each claimant can receive approximately $7.70 if their claim is approved.The last time to document a case is July 31, 2023.

Google searches do not require proof, but users must confirm that they submitted a search query and clicked on a search result within the United States during the specified time frame.

- Claim forms can be submitted online by registering for a Class Member ID or by mailing a printed form.

- A final approval hearing has been booked for October 12, 2023, after which the payments are expected to be disbursed.

If users take no action, they will not receive any money, but will waive their right to sue Google in connection with claims related to the lawsuit.

Users may opt out of the lawsuit by submitting a written request by July 31, 2023, reserving their right to sue the defendant separately.

- User can object the settlement even while filing the claim form.

- All paperwork including claim forms, exclusions and objections must be received or postmarked by July 31, 2023.

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