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Pandora is asking the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold a decision by a U.S. District Court that the company did not violate a Michigan privacy law by allegedly sharing web users’ music-listening history with their Facebook friends, MediaPost News reports. U.S. District Court Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong dismissed a potential class-action lawsuit that Pandora violated Michigan’s Video Rental Privacy Act by participating in Facebook’s “instant personalization” program. Armstrong ruled the act doesn’t apply when companies “stream” tracks, as opposed to lending, renting or selling them, the report states. The suit’s plaintiff wants his claim revived, but Pandora says Armstrong was correct in her ruling.
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