Jan 052011
 
 January 5, 2011  Business, Court, Non-U.S.

Kevin Rollason reports:

A Manitoban is suing Google for unspecified damages in a class-action suit over alleged problems with the launch of Google’s Buzz program earlier this year.

It took information from user email and integrated it with social networking accounts like Facebook.

Lawyer Norman Rosenbaum is acting for Tyler Wereha, of Rosa, Manitoba. Rosenbaum alleges that even though Google told users on Feb. 9 they had a choice whether or not to activate Buzz, Google automatically activated it on users’ Gmail accounts.

Read more in the Winnipeg Free Press

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