Feb 022010
 February 2, 2010  Posted by  Court, Online

Anne Youderian reports:

The 3rd Circuit allowed a Pittsburgh couple to proceed with a claim that Google trespassed when it photographed their house and pool for its Street View mapping tool.

Aaron and Christine Boring claimed that Google’s street-level images of their house violated their privacy, devalued their property and caused them mental suffering.

Their trespass claim was the sole surviving claim in a lawsuit against Google for invasion of privacy, trespass, unjust enrichment, injunctive relief and punitive damages.

Read more on Courthouse News. The court ruling can be found here.

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