Jan 282014
 
 January 28, 2014  Business, Court, Online

Dave Tartre reports:

Facebook and Zynga users trying to revive privacy claims struggled to show the 9th Circuit that either the social networking giant or the game company had violated any laws.

Forced to appear together before the appeals court in a consolidated hearing, attorneys for the two companies were pressed for time but relieved to find a three-judge panel that seemed reluctant to reinstate the claims.

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