Lawsuit alleging Gmail ads are “wiretapping” gets judge’s OK

Posted by notbob on Sep 29, 2013 12:32 AM EDT; By Joe Mullin
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Lawyers representing non-Gmail users of various stripes in a class-action lawsuit say their clients never agreed to have their e-mails intercepted and scanned by Google. They argue that Google's "interception" of those e-mails violates federal anti-wiretapping laws and state privacy laws. And today, US District Judge Lucy Koh agreed with them, refusing to grant Google's motion to dismiss the case.

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