Oct 042013
 October 4, 2013  Posted by  Business, Court, Laws

Adi Robertson reports:

A week after Google failed to convince a judge that Gmail keyword scanning didn’t violate wiretap laws, Yahoo has also been slapped with a class-action privacy lawsuit. A pair of non-Yahoo users say that by scanning incoming emails to serve more targeted ads, Yahoo was effectively intercepting and reading their mail. As non-users, they argue that they didn’t agree to the searches, and they’re filing suit on behalf of all other Americans who sent mail to Yahoo.

Read more on The Verge.

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