As if Blockbuster needed any more problems, now comes news that U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Lynn of the Northern District of Texas is allowing a Dallas woman to continue her lawsuit against the Elm Street-based video-rental company. The case stems from Cathryn Elaine Harris's claims that Blockbuster's violated her rights to privacy by allowing Facebook to post her video rentals online, thus allowing others to see what she was watching in, ya know, the privacy of her own home.
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