The union representing NetJets pilots claims in a lawsuit that the fractional ownership giant violated federal Internet privacy law by gaining unauthorized access to the union’s password-protected message board. NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots (NJASAP) filed the lawsuit against NetJets Aviation, Inc., which operates NetJets aircraft in the U.S., and parent company NetJets, Inc. on Dec. 3. In a statement, NJASAP alleged NetJets violated two federal laws by gaining ...

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