Four current and former University of California, Berkeley students are suing Google, alleging that the tech company scanned Cal students' university emails for more than four years -- all while claiming that academic emails were not processed by Google's advertising system. Google's privacy violations affected millions of college students across the U.S, according to the suit.
If that sounds familiar, it is. A similar class action lawsuit was rejected in 2014. But this time, the students think they have a viable workaround.