SAN FRANCISCO — Plaintiffs appear to be in the driver’s seat in two big privacy class actions against Google. The suits over Gmail and Street View have survived motions to dismiss, and the Ninth Circuit has emphatically rejected Google’s appeal in the Street View case.
This is a point where settlement discussions would typically intensify. But is it possible plaintiffs now have too much leverage?
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