Bank fucks up, but the holder of the Google account account gets account deactivated.
In a highly unusual move, a federal judge has ordered Google to deactivate the email account of a user who was mistakenly sent confidential financial information by a bank.
The order, issued Wednesday by U.S. District Court Judge James Ware in the northern district of California, also requires Google to disclose the Gmail account holder’s identity and contact information. The Gmail user hasn’t been accused of any wrongdoing.
So if someone screws up they can demand ( and try to do it secretly do no one knows they screwed up) another individual’s rights be violated?