Gmail Users Slam Google's Bid To Seal Privacy MDL

Law360, New York (May 29, 2013, 1:39 PM EDT) -- The plaintiffs in a California multidistrict litigation accusing Google Inc. of illegally harvesting data from emails sent to Gmail addresses blasted the company’s bid to seal part of the consolidated complaint Tuesday, saying the documents reveal no protected trade secrets or processes.

Google argued in a May 23 motion that making public the information it is seeking to redact from the consolidated complaint would harm the company by exposing its trade secrets and endanger Gmail users by providing hackers and spammers with information that would help...
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