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DOJ Win in Google Case Could Limit Consumers’ Right to Sue
DOJ Win in Google Case Could Limit Consumers’ Right to Sue

The Justice Department wants the U.S. Supreme Court to address whether Googleusers suffered enough injury to bring privacy claims that resulted in an $8.5 million class settlement.

That’s not the issue the top court agreed to hear when it accepted Frank v. Gaos for review in April. The petition for review asked whether the settlement was fair, given that all the money goes to plaintiffs’ attorneys and charities that work on privacy-related issues.

Read the source article at Big Law Business

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