A federal judge in Oakland has breathed new life into a lawsuit against the Golden State Warriors and a company that it partnered with to deliver targeted advertising to fans via its Android app.

U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White of the Northern District of California on Monday denied the National Basketball Association team’s motion to dismiss a proposed privacy class action that claims the Warriors Android app acts essentially as a bug, recording fans’ private conversations while it runs in the background.

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