Johnny Bonner reports:
Disgruntled Android users may advance claims that Google collected and distributed their personal data, a federal judge ruled.
Consolidated last year in San Francisco, the class action claims that Google “gained and allowed third parties to have unauthorized access to, and engaged in unauthorized use of” mobile devices that used the Android operating system.
Applications such as Foursquare, Groupon, Advanced Task Killer, Angry Birds and Pandora allegedly “collected personal data from their Android mobile phones and shared this data with” Google.
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