Dozens of documents remain sealed in Chrysler hacking class action; Magistrate compliance with discovery requests

The Madison-St. Clair Record reports:

Chrysler shared its science with plaintiffs in a half secret class action over the vulnerability of its vehicles to hacking, yet it needed a court order to find out where plaintiffs took their vehicles for maintenance.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Reona Daly ruled in Chrysler’s favor on Oct. 2, requiring plaintiffs to supplement their responses to document requests.

Read more on The Madison-St. Clair Record to get a sense of some of what has been going on with the litigation that started after a WIRED report in 2015.

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