A Manitoba man is suing Google Inc. in a class-action suit over its Google Buzz service, the Winnipeg Free Press reported Wednesday. Launched in February 2010, Google Buzz is a Twitter-like feature available on Gmail that allows users to share content. Lawyer Norman Rosenbaum is representing plaintiff Tyler Wereha, of Rosa, Man., in the case. The plaintiff argues Google automatically activated the service on users’ Gmail accounts, and breached users’ privacy by sharing private information. The suit asks for a permanent injunction on Google, preventing it from causing the “unwanted disclosure” of personal information. The statement of claim was filed in Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench last week.