Dec. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Delta Air Lines Inc. was sued over claims its mobile phone application “Fly Delta” violates the California’s Internet privacy law because it doesn’t describe what personal information is being collected and how it will be used, state Attorney General Kamala Harris said.
Harris said yesterday the complaint was filed in state court in San Francisco. The lawsuit couldn’t be confirmed in electronic court records.
A call to Atlanta-based Delta’s after-hours media pager wasn’t immediately returned yesterday.
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