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Lawsuit alleges new twist on sports espionage

Lawsuit alleges new twist on sports espionage

The National Basketball Association’s Golden State Warriors have found themselves on another court: federal court.

A judge in the Northern District of California court has ordered the team to trial over its smartphone application, which allegedly recorded fans’ conversations while providing team stats and game scores, according to an article posted Sunday on the Daily Beast.

While fans were watching the game, the app was watching them, plaintiff LaTisha Satchell claims in her lawsuit, as reported on the news site.

The app allegedly turns a user’s phone microphone on and records happenings within earshot, relaying data back to the Warriors and a tech company, possibly in violation of wiretap laws, the lawsuit contends.


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