mardi 4 octobre 2016

Phone repar

Dan Tench, the lawyer coordinating the claims, told the Guardian: "We've had more than 70 people come forward to join this action. We are seeking further details in respect of these individuals' cases and, where appropriate, will be making further claims for them against Google."
The litigation is the first group privacy claim against Google in the UK and could run up a significant legal bill for the search company. An estimated 10 million Britons owned iPhones, which use Safari as the default browser and Google as the search engine, between summer 2011 and spring 2012, when the breach is believed to have occurred.