JAL cabin crews sue over personal info
Some 190 current and former cabin attendants of Japan Airlines Corp. and their union sued the airline and its largest labor union Monday, claiming their personal information was collected without their consent.
Cabin attendants of Japan Airlines Corp. enter the Tokyo District Court to file a suit Monday against the carrier and its largest labor union for gathering their personal data. KYODO PHOTO
Seeking some ¥48 million in compensation, the plaintiffs argue that the largest JAL union violated their human rights by collecting information on some 9,800 employees, including their political beliefs, medical records, family status and physical descriptions...hit here to continue.