Re: Google had argued that UK court system had no jurisdiction in this case
"Financial harm is a red herring anyway. How does one attach a monetary value to being tracked..."
Simple: A financial company which makes money by serving targeted ads has been tracking you. At minimum, the "monetary amount" is that which the company estimates it will make by bothering to track you. You shouldn't have to prove that you lost money, only that someone *gained* money by behaving this way towards you.
(Yes, I realise that's not how it works. I'm just saying that it'd be a better way for it to work)