Gmail Users Say 9th Circ. Input Isn't Needed In Scan Case

Law360, New York (October 17, 2013, 5:24 PM EDT) -- Plaintiffs in the Gmail account-scanning class action on Wednesday ripped Google Inc.'s request for the Ninth Circuit's input in the case, arguing that the search giant has not raised a real dispute between the circuits about the interpretation of the federal Wiretap Act.

In their opposition to Google's bid for an interlocutory review filed in California federal court, the plaintiffs argued that Google's motion has not raised any legitimate conflict in the interpretation of the outdated act that would justify granting its appeal of a September...
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