Judge Sides With Google In Lawsuit, Says Labor Department Violating Employee Privacy

USA TODAYA judge ruled Friday that Google does not have to give up all data demanded by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), due to privacy concerns. Judge Steven Berlin, who focuses on administrative law, determined that the DOL’s argument for its purported Google Will Have to Disclose Some of Its Salary Information in Gender Wage Gap Investigation ..

Facebook isn’t responsible for your privacy, judge rules

SlashGearFacebook users can’t expect the social network to protect their privacy when they’re browsing online, a US judge has ruled, throwing out a lawsuit against the social networking behemoth. The case had seen Facebook accused of violating both US federal Facebook can track your browsing even after you’ve logged out, judge says ..

Facebook Tracking Lawsuit Judge Says Keeping Online Activity Private Is Users’ Responsibility

Jagran JoshA U.S. Federal judge just dismissed an internet privacy lawsuit against Facebook, stating that the plaintiffs should have been responsible for their privacy. It remains uncertain how this impacts the site’s other users. ( Sean Gallup | Getty Images Judge throws out Facebook lawsuit, says it’s users’ responsibility to protect their privacy ..

Judge throws out Facebook lawsuit, says it’s users’ responsibility to protect their privacy

Financial ExpressFacebook has struggled with a number of privacy lawsuits in the past, but the social network was handed a big win yesterday when a US judge dismissed a case against the company over its tracking activities. The lawsuit revolved around the way Facebook …Lawsuit Against Facebook Over User Tracking Dismissed In US ..

Labor Department accuses Google of underpaying women

The U.S. Department of Labor says Google discriminates against female employees in pay at a level that’s even worse than the tech industry as a whole. The department has found “systemic compensation disparities against women pretty much across the …Alphabet’s Google Charged with Gender-based Pay Disparity See Similar Threads…