Skip to comments.Class-action lawsuit looming against city in gun-owner web snafu
Posted on 11/09/2012 4:30:52 AM PST by marktwain
Philadelphia could be facing a class-action lawsuit on behalf of gun owners who say the city violated their privacy by publishing their personal information and launching an interactive web map that included clickable icons of revolvers over their homes.
Attorney Joshua Prince filed a motion this week in Common Pleas Court, requesting that the suit be sealed to avoid revealing the names of his five clients - and potentially hundreds of others if the case is granted class-action status.
In August, the city's Department of Licenses and Inspections introduced a revamped website, featuring a map that allowed users to view the names and addresses of some gun owners in the city, and the specific reasons why they wanted a permit to carry a concealed weapon.
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I hope they have an interactive map with the names of all public employees along with family members and the hours they and spuses work.
Publish a map showing the names and addresses of all newspaper employees.
I wish there were such a website for TSA employees.
So they advertise homes with guns, then those homes get broken into, and criminals wind up with guns. Like a mini F&F?
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