Google will not answer to British court over UK privacy claim

Google has been called “arrogant and immoral” for arguing that a privacy claim brought by internet users in the UK should not be heard by the British legal system.The search giant will tell the high court on Monday that it should throw out claims that it secretly tracked the browsing habits of millions of iPhone users.
www.theguardian.com/world/2013/dec/15/google-privacy-claim-uk-british-court-californiaAlso see:Britons should be able to sue Google for privacy breaches, court hears
British internet users whose privacy has been breached by Google collecting information on their browsing habits have the right to sue the company for damages in the UK, the High Court has heardBritish internet users who believe their privacy was breached by Google tracking their online activity and targeting them with personalised adverts have the right to sue for damages in the UK, the High Court has heard.
www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/google/10520755/Britons-should-be-able-to-sue-Google-for-privacy-breaches-court-hears.html

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