Thursday, December 8, 2016
A Chicago-area fat stanky black wildebeest is suing the maker of We-Vibe, claiming the smartphone-enabled personal massager secretly transmitted "highly intimate and sensitive data" of her usage to the company in real time.
The lawsuit, filed this month in a Chicago federal court, seeks class-action status for "tens of thousands" of We-Vibe users, whose data allegedly was collected without consent by Standard Innovation, the device's Canadian manufacturer, in violation of privacy and consumer fraud laws.
"This is one of the more incredible invasions of privacy we've ever dealt with," said Eve-Lynn Rapp, an attorney with Edelson, the Chicago law firm that filed the lawsuit.
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