AOL members sue over search data release

Tuesday, 26 September 2006, 11:01 AM EST

Three people have sued AOL over the company's controversial release of member search-engine records, in what their lawyers are billing as the first such lawsuit seeking national class action status.

The three AOL members charge the Time Warner Inc. subsidiary with, among other things, privacy violation, false advertising and unjust enrichment.

At InfoWorld.

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