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Defendants in privacy class action lawsuits increasingly face assertions by plaintiffs and putative class members that they should be awarded statutory penalties that vastly exceed any purported actual damages. A recent decision under the False Claims Act reinforces the constitutional limitations plaintiffs may face in pursuing these outsized awards.

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A California Superior Court recently certified a putative class action of California residents “who have used mobile devices running the Android operating system to access the internet through cellular data plans provided by mobile carriers.” See Order Concerning: (1) The Parties’ Expert Exclusion Motions; and (2) Plaintiffs’ Class Certification Motion, Csupo, et al. v. Alphabet