Aug 292012
 August 29, 2012  Posted by  Business, Court

Kelly Fiveash reports that Consumer Watchdog will be able to file a brief opposing the FTC-Google settlement.

Consumer Watchdog, a non-profit outfit, has until 21 September to submit a friend-of-the-court brief expressing its views on the deal struck between the FTC and Google.

US district court judge Susan Illston granted [PDF] attorneys representing the group the right to file the brief. She said Google and the FTC would have to respond to Consumer Watchdog’s gripes about the settlement no later than 28 September.

The group is seeking amicus status [PDF] to oppose the settlement.

Read more on The Register.

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