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A federal judge in San Jose has found that plaintiffs haven’t yet shown that Google ran afoul of California privacy laws by storing geolocation data for people using its mobile apps who had turned off “location history” on their mobile devices.

Ross Todd

Ross Todd is bureau chief of The Recorder in San Francisco. He writes about litigation in the Bay Area and around California. Contact Ross at rtodd@alm.com. On Twitter: @Ross_Todd.

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