LinkedIn Beats Referrer URL Privacy Class Action on Article III Standing Grounds–Low v. LinkedIn

November 18, 2011

Venkat Balasubramani writes:

Low brought a putative class action against LinkedIn, complaining about the fact that LinkedIn “allows transmission of users’ personally identifiable browsing history and other personal information to third parties, including advertisers, marketing companies, data brokers, and web tracking companies . . . ” He asserted a variety of different claims, including under the Stored Communications Act, the California Constitution, breach of contract, conversion, and California consumer protection statutes. The Court finds that Low failed to satisfy Article III standing and dismisses (with leave to amend).

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