Alphabet Inc.'s Google faces a new legal action from users who say the company tracked them after they stopped using the search engine’s services.
The users filed an amended complaint Monday that aims to fix flaws that led to the dismissal of their case in December in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
The updated complaint shows how courts give plaintiffs room to fix flaws if the underlying dispute has legal merit.
A Google spokesman didn’t immediately comment.
The users allege Google harmed their privacy interests when it tracked their offline activities, according to their complaint....