December 3, 2012 Business, Court, Online, Surveillance, U.S.
Wendy Davis reports:
Arguing that consumers weren’t injured “in any legally recognizable way,” Vibrant Media has formally asked a federal judge to throw out a privacy lawsuit stemming from the so-called Safari hack.
Vibrant’s request came in response to a potential class-action lawsuit filed in May by Web users Daniel Mazzone and Michelle Kusanto. They alleged that the company circumvented Safari’s privacy settings, which block third-party tracking cookies by default.
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