Oct 302016
 
 October 30, 2016  Business, Court

Nicholas Iovino reports:

A federal judge proclaimed Thursday that the nation’s Founding Fathers have little insight to offer on whether the Constitution allows people to sue Facebook for collecting their biometric facial data without consent.

“A couple of justices are focused on what happened 200 years ago,” U.S. District Judge James Donato said during a hearing on a motion to dismiss a privacy class action against Facebook.

“What opinion does George Washington have on this? There are historical realties that simply don’t overlap.”

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