May 162013
 
 May 16, 2013  Business, Court

Jaikumar Vijayan reports:

Several users of devices running Google’s Android operating system have filed an amended version of an earlier lawsuit accusing the company of illegally collecting, and allowing others to collect, extensive amounts of mobile user data without proper notice or consent.

The lawsuit, filed last week in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, is an updated version of a consolidated lawsuit from January 2012. It alleged that Google’s actions had harmed the privacy, security and financial interests of the six named plaintiffs in the case.

Read more on Computerworld. Courthouse News previously covered the amended complaint, a copy of which can be found on their site.

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