Oregon Federal Judge Tosses $1 Billion Privacy Claim Against Google, MyLife

Oregon Federal Judge Tosses $1 Billion Privacy Claim Against Google, MyLife

PORTLAND, Ore. - A woman's $1 billion privacy violation complaint against Google Inc. and MyLife.com Inc., based on their alleged online publication of the names, ages and addresses of her and her family members, was dismissed Oct. 12 by an Oregon federal judge, who found that the plaintiff failed to establish subject matter jurisdiction or personal jurisdiction (Shantu N. Shah v. MyLife.com Inc., et al., No. 3:12-cv-01592, D. Ore.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 147317).

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