Mar 122012
 March 12, 2012  Posted by  Business, Court

From DNRO:

In the US, a federal judge has decided that online measurement firm comScore does not yet have to disclose confidential information – such as the names of its clients – to web users who are suing the company over privacy violation claims.

The case was first raised in the US District Court in the Northern District of Illinois last August, when plaintiffs Mike Harris and Jeff Dunstan alleged that comScore collects personal and confidential information – such as credit card numbers, passwords and Social Security numbers – from consumers’ computers without their knowledge.

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