Apr 042012
 April 4, 2012  Posted by  Business, Court

George Jenkins writes:

A second class-action lawsuit was filed against Path Inc. claiming the company’s mobile app collected more infromation than just users’ address books. The suit also calimed that users of the Path app were:

“… victims of unfair, deceptive, and unlawful business practices; wherein their property, privacy, and security rights were violated…”

The additional data allegedly collected without notice and without consent included find GPS locations, users’ personally identifiable information, and the personal information of minor children.

Read more on I’ve Been Mugged.

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