Google has been sued in the US, over claims that its Buzz social media service “violated” Gmail users’ privacy rights, Bloomberg’s BusinessWeek reports.
Buzz, introduced by Mountain View, California-based Google in February, automatically displayed to other users the customer’s contacts pulled from Google Gmail e-mail accounts. Google has said it modified the service after customers complained.
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