Google must fight a lawsuit claiming Google Wallet breached user privacy

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Google has failed to get a lawsuit dismissed which accuses it of invading the privacy of Google Wallet users, reports Reuters. US District Judge Beth Labson Freeman has ruled the the company must face claims that it breached users’ contracts, violated the federal Stored Communications Act, which limits disclosure of electronic records, and violated Californian consumer protection law. Freeman said the Google Wallet users behind the suit can attempt to argue in court that the company “frustrated” its own privacy policy by allowing “blanket universal disclosure” of personal information to developers of apps on sale in the Google Play Store.…

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