Apple Collects User Data Despite Privacy Settings Class Action

Apple claims to have a concern for consumers’ privacy, and it offers users of its iPhone and iPad devices various settings that purport to keep their data from being shared. But the complaint for this class action alleges that Apple still collects the personal information and activity of those users, even after they have used  Read more

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Nordstrom and Paige “Luxury” Jeans Puckering Defect Class Action

Paige, LLC makes jeans, including a collection of “luxury” designer denim jeans that it sells both in its own stores and through other retailers, including Nordstrom, Inc. Although the jeans are sold as a “luxury” items at high prices, the complaint for this class action alleges that the jeans are either defective manufactured or defectively  Read more

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Twitter Use of Private Info and Violation of Consent Order Class Action

Twitter, Inc. operates a popular online communication service that has some 330 million monthly users around the world. The complaint for this class action alleges, however, that Twitter makes a “surreptitious and undisclosed” use of Twitter users’ private information, for advertising and marketing, and eventually, for its own profit. The complaint also alleges that in  Read more

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Gemini, IRA Financial Data Breach and Stolen Retirement Funds Class Action

This class action brings suit against Gemini Trust Company, LLC and IRA Financial Trust Company, for a data breach that went a little farther than usual. The complaint alleges that some $36 million was stolen from customers’ cryptocurrency individual retirement accounts. The two companies are blaming each other, according to the complaint.  Read more

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