Julia Love reports:
A pair of Silicon Valley judges have dramatically parted ways on how much wiggle room email providers have under federal wiretap laws to gather user information.
“The amended complaint fails to allege any interception that falls outside the scope of this broad immunity,” he wrote in a 30-page order.
That philosophy appears to clash with the thinking of U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh, who refused to let Google off the hook in another pending privacy suit.
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