Google Facing Litany Of Charges

Google Facing Litany Of Charges



San Francisco – A suite of lawsuits describes Google’s indiscretions in intimate detail. The charges include: PATENT INFRINGEMENT, INTENTIONAL INTERFERENCE WITH CONTRACTUAL RELATIONS, INTENTIONAL INTERFERENCE WITH PROSPECTIVE ECONOMIC ADVANTAGE, CYBER-STALKING, FRAUD, INVASION OF PRIVACY andUNFAIR COMPETITION as aCLASS ACTION relative to Defendants ongoing activities relative to violations of Anti-Trustlaws. The later seeks to bring the “Right-To-Be-Forgotten” law to the United States. A jury trial is being demanded. The cases are being brought in the state of California, home to both Plaintiffs and Defendants. Google/Alphabet and various “John Does”., 1 to 20, are being sued based on revelations from U.S. Senate, law enforcement and private investigators as well as recent leaks and whistle-blower tips from ex-employees and associates of Google.



The timeliness of the cases directly connect to a number of concurrent historical incidents which include the European Union investigations of Google, The Hulk Hogan and Erin Andrews privacy lawsuits, the winning of smaller, similar cases against Defendants
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CASE OVERVIEW – Update 2.1:



The case describes how, in, 2005, the Plaintiffs, received, in recognition by the United States Congress, in the “Iraq War Bill”, a Congressional commendation and a federal grant issued by the United States Congress and the United States Department of Energy, plus additional access to resources as, and for, the development of fuel cell and energy storage technology to be used in connection with the research and development of an electric car to be deployed by the Department of Defense and the American retail automotive market in order to create domestic jobs, enhance national security and provide a domestic energy solution derived from entirely domestic fuel sources. Plaintiff’s had been asked, by government leaders, to help develop a manner to reduce reliance on foreign fuel sources due to perceived increasing unrest in Middle East regions.