Apr 282016
 April 28, 2016  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Laws

Brad Devereaux reports:

A Michigan man’s federal class-action lawsuit claims Pandora Media violated his privacy by sharing his identity along with account information with other people online.

A question about whether Pandora lends music to its users was presented to the Michigan Supreme Court on Wednesday in the suit that argues Pandora Media should pay $5,000 for each alleged violation of Michigan’s Video Rental Privacy Act, which states information about materials rented or lent/borrowed cannot be disclosed to a third party.

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