A group that had filed a class action against Google, for what it claimed was the company's tracking of 4.4 million iPhone users between August 2011 and February 2012, has won an appeal against dismissal of the case and will now be able to proceed with the action.
A British collective known as Google You Owe Us, which had a case against Google for allegedly bypassing default privacy settings on the Safari browser on iPhones to collect information blocked by the High Court, has launched an appeal against the decision.
A bid by a British collective to sue Google over what it claimed was the company's tracking of 4.4 million iPhone users between August 2011 and February 2012 has been blocked by the UK High Court.
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