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Google Can't Shake All Of Wallet User's Privacy Claims

Law360, Los Angeles (April 2, 2015, 4:14 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge on Wednesday trimmed a putative class action suit against Google Inc. alleging the tech giant breached its contract with users by giving their private customer data to third-party app developers, but allowed the main claims to move forward.

Lead plaintiff Alice Svenson claims that after a customer buys an app in Google’s app store, the company’s electronic payment service Google Wallet shares the buyer’s personal information with the app maker, including credit card information and addresses, in violation of Google’s own privacy...
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Case Title

Svenson v. Google, Inc. et al


Case Number

5:13-cv-04080

Court

California Northern

Nature of Suit

Other Statutory Actions

Judge

Beth Labson Freeman

Date Filed

September 3, 2013

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