Google Found Liable In Pa. Couple's Privacy Case A couple of years ago, Aaron and Christine Boring sued Google for invasion of privacy, among other things. They were upset after a Google van drove down their street and took pictures of their house. This week the court found Google liable for trespass. The company has to pay damages of $1.
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Google Found Liable In Pa. Couple's Privacy Case

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Google Found Liable In Pa. Couple's Privacy Case

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A couple of years ago, Aaron and Christine Boring sued Google for invasion of privacy, among other things. They were upset after a Google van drove down their street and took pictures of their house. This week the court found Google liable for trespass. The company has to pay damages of $1.

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