Dec 102012
 December 10, 2012  Business, Court

The Associated Press reports on a me-too lawsuit against Google:

A Pennsylvania woman has accused Google of illegal wiretapping for “intercepting” emails she sent to Gmail accounts and publishing content-related ads.

Her lawsuit echoes others filed across the country by class-action lawyers who say the practice violates wiretap laws in some states. They represent email users who do not have Gmail accounts and have therefore not signed the company’s acceptance terms.


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