Google faces privacy case affecting 4 million iPhone users


A UK lawsuit filed against Google by millions of iPhone users over data-collection claims was given the go-ahead by London appeals judges who overturned an earlier ruling that had thrown out the case. Led by consumer advocate Richard Lloyd, the group was given permission to hear the case as a “representative action” that is akin … Continue reading Google faces privacy case affecting 4 million iPhone users

UK privacy ‘class action’ complaint against Google gets unblocked – TechCrunch


The UK Court of Appeal has unanimously overturned a block on a class-action style lawsuit brought on behalf of four million iPhone users against Google – meaning the case can now proceed to be heard. The decision a High Court judge last year to block the action boiled down to the judge not being convinced … Continue reading UK privacy ‘class action’ complaint against Google gets unblocked – TechCrunch