Google Dodging Discovery In Street View MDL, Plaintiffs Say

Law360, Chicago (March 18, 2014, 5:05 PM EDT) -- Plaintiffs in multidistrict litigation accusing Google Inc. of illegally gathering data from Wi-Fi networks blasted the company on Thursday for allegedly trying to evade a court order to turn over the data it collected to their lawyers.

The plaintiffs — citizens who say passing Google Street View cars harvested private information from their open Wi-Fi networks — argued in a court filing that the Internet giant has refused to comply with a federal judge’s order last month opening discovery to determine whether the plaintiffs have standing...
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In re: Google Inc. Street View Electronic Communications Litigation


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3:10-md-02184

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California Northern

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Charles R. Breyer

Date Filed

August 17, 2010

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