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A judge has refused to dismiss several privacy-related claims by a group of Android users over allegations the company shared their location data and other personal information with app developers, MediaPost News reports. Despite Google’s argument the claims should be dismissed because of a lack of injury, U.S. District Court Judge Jeffrey White ruled Monday that the consumers can proceed with claims the company violated California law on business practices because of their allegation that their mobile devices’ battery life was shortened due to the data transmissions. The suit dates back to 2011.
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