The U.K. High Court of Justice blocked a data privacy case against Google for the alleged illegal collection for data from 4.4 million British iPhone users, BBC News reports. Former Which Director Richard Lloyd led the Google You Owe Us group that pursued the case and said after the ruling he expects to file an appeal. Justice Mark Warby said the High Court did not allow the case to proceed since the damage claims allegedly suffered by the victims did not match the facts supplied by Lloyd’s group. Google said in a statement it is pleased the court dismissed the claim, adding it was without merit.
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