May 092013
 
 May 9, 2013  Business, Court

Karen Gullo reports:

Delta Air Lines Inc. won dismissal of claims it violated California’s Internet privacy law because its mobile-phone application didn’t notify users that personal information, such as their locations, was being collected.

California Attorney General Kamala Harris sued Atlanta-based Delta in December alleging its “Fly Delta” app didn’t have a clearly posted privacy policy. Judge Marla Miller in state court in San Francisco agreed today with the airline that the federal Airline Deregulation Act bars states from imposing regulations on airlines related to price, routes or services.

Read more on Bloomberg News.

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