May 16, 2019 Breaches, Business, Court, Featured News
Helen Christophi reports:
A federal judge in Oakland advanced the bulk of a class action lawsuit Wednesday accusing a Chinese sex technology company of using customers’ cellphones to harvest intimate details about how they use its remote-controlled vibrators.
In a 17-page order, U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White rejected Hong Kong-based Hytto Ltd.’s contention it can’t be sued in the United States over allegations it intercepts and stores data via a mobile app about when, how and how often long-distance couples in the United States use its Bluetooth-enabled “Lush” vibrators, finding the company’s conduct had exposed it to scrutiny by U.S. courts.
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