Couple Wants Dismissed Lawsuit to be Reconsidered

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A Pittsburgh couple who filed a lawsuit against Google over violation of privacy wants judges to reconsider the lawsuit after it was dismissed. A lawyer for the couple has asked the courts to reconsider the lawsuit after it was dismissed. The lawsuit was filed over online photos of the couple’s home, which the lawyer said was an invasion of their privacy.

The motion for reconsideration of the case, which was filed by Aaron and Christine Boring, was filed last week, and it stated: “This case is about every little guy, once again being trampled upon by the big shoe of big business. With nowhere to turn but the American Courts, he is cast away to endure the pinpricks of trespass that bleed our American liberty to death.”

The motion went on to state: “Whether the trespass is by a foreign king, or the royalty of big business, does not matter. The Borings, such as our American forefathers in millennia past, are entitled to proclaim, ‘Google, Don’t Tread On Me.’”

The court filing continued: “The Borings should not need to post gates and guard dogs, nor should they need to institute batteries of cannons in their driveways. They should have the full power and authority of our American Courts at their defense. But, now, this Court has left the American right of private property helpless, injured, and without remedy.”

 

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