A US web advocacy outfit has downplayed reports that suggest it is pursing $1.75m over a class action settlement between privacy groups and Google, following Mountain View's social network gaffe with Buzz. The Electronic Privacy Information Center's executive director, Marc Rotenberg, told The Register that "money isn't the main …
well actually only the lawyers made anything
so why bother complaining?
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