Tracking Co. ‘Intercepted’ Data On Pa. Woman’s PC, Court Told

Law360 (Could 4, 2021,  4:53 PM EDT) -- Software program from knowledge monitoring firm NaviStone Inc. "intercepted" a Pennsylvania lady's knowledge as a result of it ran on her laptop whereas she browsed a web based purchasing web site, justifying maintaining her proposed class motion lawsuit grounded within the legal guidelines of the Keystone State, she advised a federal courtroom.

Within the wake of video arguments April 14 the place U.S. District Choose William S. Stickman IV sought to make clear the place any knowledge interception allegedly came about, Ashley Popa and NaviStone filed briefs Monday specializing in whether or not such an interception occurred, and in that case, the place.

Popa mentioned the "machine" doing the data-grabbing was NaviStone's "OneTag" code, loaded...
                    
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