We're not sure why people place so much value on their own privacy -- after all, we spend our days pouring out our hearts
on this here public website -- but apparently, it's enough to warrant a class action lawsuit over Zynga's alleged leaks
of Facebook users' private info. According to a press release
from law firm Edelson McGuire, the suit, filed in a San Francisco federal court by St. Paul, Minn. resident Nancy Graf, seeks "monetary relief for those whose data was wrongly shared, and injunctive relief to prevent continued privacy abuses."
No specific amount was mentioned regarding the extent of the aforementioned "monetary relief," but seeing as how the announcement claims the leaks affected 218 million Facebook users, we're guessing the damages sought will be ... significant