BFA Files a Class Action Lawsuit Against GoogleJuly 28, 2020
Lesley Weaver and BFA, together with co-counsel David Straite of Kaplan Fox and Jay Barnes of Simmons Hanley Conroy, have filed a nationwide data privacy class action against Google for violating Chrome’s clear promise that the “personal information that Chrome stores won’t be sent to Google unless you choose to store that data in your Google Account by turning on sync[.]” Despite these promises, Chrome records and sends users’ personal information to Google regardless of whether a user elects to sync their personal information - or even has a Google account. This personal information can include activity revealing your financial, health or other information you intend to keep from Google by choosing not to sync accounts.
If you are a Chrome user who has not synched your Google accounts, or who does not have one, and are interested in learning more, please contact us at GoogleChrome@bfalaw.com.
To read more, click on the links to the right to download BFA’s complaint or to view an article published today by Katherine Webster on Topclassactions.com.