The state of California has filed a lawsuit against Delta Air Lines, alleging the airline is in noncompliance with state laws regarding online privacy. Under California law, companies collecting “personally identifiable information” online, including through mobile devices, must post a privacy policy informing consumers of what information is collected and how it is used. California attorney general Kamala Harris said the “Fly Delta” smartphone app, which allows ...

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