A lot of people were upset over how Google handled their privacy when they launched Buzz, and it looks like Google may pay the price in legal fees. According to SFGate, a class action complaint has been filed against Google alleging that it "broke the law when its controversial Google Buzz service shared personal data without the consent of users". Good thing we've got that handy disable button now. [SFGate]
Google Buzz Hit With Class Action Complaint
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