Dec 182012
 December 18, 2012  Posted by  Business, Court, Featured News

Cormac Foster writes:

This month, the state of California sued Delta airlines in a very big way for failure to comply with the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA). The suit alleges that the Fly Delta mobile app lacked a conspicuous, accurate privacy policy, and seeks up to $2,500 for each download. Delta quickly threw up a policy (though researchers have already found flaws in it), but the suit stands, and the potential damages are very real.

The really dumb thing is that this lawsuit never should have happened.

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