Jun 142011
 
 June 14, 2011  Business, Court, Surveillance

Jane Musgrave reports:

A Lake Worth couple has joined hundreds across the country in filing a multi-million-dollar lawsuit against Google Inc., claiming the Internet giant invaded their privacy by allowing them to be tracked through its Android phone.

In the lawsuit filed last week in U.S. District Court, James and Jessica Jefferys claim the company promised to protect their privacy and then secretly tracked and recorded their movements. The suit is one of several nationwide filed against Google and Applen, said attorney Brian Smith, who represents the Jefferys.

The same claims are being made against Apple in connection with its iPhone.

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