Apr 292011
 April 29, 2011  Posted by  Court, Online, Surveillance

Gavin Dunaway reports:

Another page is turned in the Flash Cookies saga. Yesterday a federal judge dismissed a suit against Specific Media over its use of Flash Cookies after determining the plaintiffs had no legal basis to support their claims.

Last August, six web users filed suit against Specific Media in the U.S. District Court in the Central District of California for using Flash Cookies for tracking purposes and thereby violating federal and state wiretap laws.

Read more on ADOTAS. The ruling does not seem to be up on PACER yet.

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