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Class-action lawsuit filed against Lenovo, SuperFish

By Dan Harkins | Apr 7, 2015

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A class-action lawsuit filed March 17 is being sought against a computer company Lenovo Inc., and software maker SuperFish Inc., for invasion of privacy.

According to a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, Ivan Wu, Patrick Johnson, Michael Reinert and other unnamed plaintiffs seek a class action in "connection with the marketing and sale of certain Lenovo computers containing software that monitors user activity and intercepts, decrypts, changes and otherwise manipulates user data in an insecure manner that exposes users to significant data security risks, for fraudulent advertising purposes without the knowledge or consent of users."

The plaintiffs, who are seeking undisclosed punitive damages, are represented by Matthew Wetherington and Adam Hoipkemier of the Werner Law Firm of Atlanta. The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina case number is 5:15-CV-108.

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SuperFish Inc.Lenovo IncU.S. District Court - Eastern District of North Carolina