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 March 21, 2012  Posted by  Business, Court, Non-U.S.

U.K. privacy advocate Alexander Hanff was so unhappy with Google’s revised privacy policy that he felt it left him no choice but to stop using Android.  And so he sued Google for the cost of a new phone, tweeting about his lawsuit.

Google didn’t contest the lawsuit and Alex is filing for default judgement today.

Read more about his small claim for privacy on ZDNet

Update: Alex just tweeted that Google filed acknowledgement of service, after the deadline.

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