Microsoft need not face a class action alleging X-Box Live privacy violations, a federal judge ruled, finding that plaintiffs failed to show specific injuries.

U.S. District Judge Marsha Pechman tossed the suit Thursday, saying the plaintiffs lacked standing and largely based their allegations on “conjecture” about Microsoft’s privacy policies.

“Plaintiffs do not allege a single fact to support their allegation that Microsoft allegedly retained and disclosed personally identifiable information,” the eight-page decision states.

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