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Lenovo-FTC Consent Order Calls For 20-Year Monitoring Period

Laptop-maker Lenovo (United States), Inc. agreed to a no-fault settlement with the Federal Trade Commission and 32 states over allegations that it installed ad software that compromised customers’ web security and invaded users’ privacy. As part of the Consent Order, Lenovo agreed that it would: Not misrepresent any feature of installed software related to consumer … Continue Reading

Lyft Drivers Allege Uber Spied on them for Competitive Edge

Co-author: Devin Rauchwerger  A former Lyft driver filed a class action lawsuit in the Northern District of California against Uber, alleging Uber violated the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (“ECPA”), the California Invasion of Privacy Act (“CIPA”), and other common law invasions of privacy and unfair competition.  The plaintiff seeks to represent two classes: 1) all … Continue Reading
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