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Data Protection

A UK appeals court granted a consumer advocate’s appeal of the dismissal of his application to serve Google for secretly tracking $4 million consumers’ internet use on their iPhones. The class may have suffered damages under the Data Protection Act.

LONDON – A U.K. appeals court granted a consumer advocate’s appeal of the dismissal of his application to serve Google for secretly tracking $4 million consumers’ internet use on their iPhones. The class may have suffered damages under the Data Protection Act.

Categories / Appeals, Civil Rights, Technology

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