Magistrate: No Injury From Information Use, But Bandwidth Use Satisfies Standard

Magistrate: No Injury From Information Use, But Bandwidth Use Satisfies Standard

SAN FRANCISCO - Google Inc.'s use of personally identifiable information (PII) does not provide Article III standing, but apps purchased through its store that utilized battery power and bandwidth sending that information do, a federal magistrate judge held Dec. 3 in also dismissing California unfair competition law (UCL) claims (In re Google Inc. privacy policy litigation, No. 12-1382, N.D. Calif.).

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