Oct 262010
 
 October 26, 2010  Court, Online

Greg Sterling writes:

On the heels the filing of a formal privacy complaint by former FTC employee Chris Soghoian targeting Google’s policy of disclosing search queries in referrer strings, a new class action lawsuit takes aim at the same thing. It seeks money damages and an injunction against Google’s sharing of search queries with third parties.

Filed in federal court (Northern District of California) the complaint asserts that Google’s practice of sharing search queries violates Google’s own privacy policies as well as federal law and California state privacy and business practices statutes.

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