US high court declines to hear privacy lawsuit against Thomson Reuters
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider whether a unit of Thomson Reuters Corp can obtain and sell information on drivers provided by state agencies without violating a federal privacy law.
The decision not to hear the matter represented a win for the commercialization of publicly available information, although U.S. law remains mixed on the subject.
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