Feb 052013
 February 5, 2013  Posted by  Business, Court, Online, U.S.

Scott Graham reports:

By a single vote, Apple and numerous other online retailers have escaped potentially millions in statutory damages for claims under a California consumer privacy law.

The California Supreme Court ruled 4-3 Monday that the Legislature never intended to apply the Song-Beverly Credit Card Act of 1971 to e-commerce, meaning that retailers can take addresses and telephone numbers when conducting remote credit card transactions.

Read more on Law.com. Courthouse News also covers the ruling.


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