David Nisenbaum, Pedro Marti and Allison C. Weiss have filed the complaint against Google with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan. Meanwhile, in California, Robert B. DeMars and Lorena Barrios filed a similar complaint with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Center for Digital Democracy and the Electronic Privacy Information Center also complained about Google’s new policy, and so did the National Association of Attorneys General.
Furthermore, customers have pointed out that Google has also violated the Stored Electronic Communications Act by giving itself more access to users’ communications and data the company was storing on its own systems. There’s also a charge for the violation of the Computer Fraud Abuse Act.
So far, Google hasn’t made any comments saying they “have not yet been served with” the papers.