Feb 122014
 February 12, 2014  Posted by  Business, Court

Wendy Davis reports:

Ride-sharing company Lyft has been hit with a potential class-action privacy lawsuit for allegedly transmitting data about users to the analytics company Mixpanel.

Lyft’s “decision to disclose its users’ sensitive personal information not only demonstrates a brazen disregard for their privacy rights, it also violates the California Privacy Act,” user Miguel Garcia says in his complaint, filed on Friday in federal court in San Francisco.

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