That information included her home address and zip code, phone number, and email address. After the lawsuit was filed, Google began limiting the data shared with developers. Ultimately, these and other claims were dismissed because, in the judge's view, they could not demonstrate any harm from Google's policies.
Since no plaintiff could prove that they suffered harm from Google's policy nor that Google or anyone else received undue profits because of it, Google's motion for dismissal was granted. And this time, after several past revisions to the complaint, it appears the court will hear no more.
The judge wrote, "you might think that after three years" the plaintiffs would have at least established that they have the legal standing to sue, "but you would be wrong."