Report: Toyota wins right to view unintended acceleration plaintiff data
Lawyers representing the plaintiffs, meanwhile, say that the financial information is irrelevant and "highly personal." Furthermore, there's some concern that private information like social security numbers and health history may be needlessly revealed during court proceedings. That argument apparently didn't stand up in front of the court.
[Source: The Salt Lake Tribune]
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