Atlantic Monthly Sharing of Video Viewing Information Class Action

This privacy class action brings suit against the Atlantic Monthly Group, LLC, alleging it has revealed consumers’ video viewing histories to Meta Platforms, Inc., which passes the information to its Facebook website. The complaint alleges this violates a law called the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA).  Read more

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NBCUniversal Media Disclosure of Video Viewing Info Class Action

NBCUniversal Media, LLC is the owner or operator of the website Today.com. This class action brings suit against it for communicating to Meta Platforms, Inc. information on videos viewed by visitors to Today.com along with their personally identifiable information (PII) or Facebook ID (FID). The complaint alleges that this violates the Video Privacy Protection Act  Read more

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Google Retains Viewing Information Against Minnesota Law Class Action

Many class actions these days are about privacy. This Minnesota class action brings suit against Google, LLC for continuing to store video rental history along with personally identifiable information (PII), in violation of federal and Minnesota law.  Read more

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James Bond Movie Boxed Set Settlement

Metro-Goldwyn Studios, Inc. (MGM) and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, LLC have agreed to settle a class action alleging that they did not properly label certain boxed sets of James Bond movies.   Read more

Sony Pictures Entertainment Home Video Settlement

Sony Pictures Entertainment is settling a class action alleging that it did not properly calculate amounts due to profit participants (such as producers, directors, and actors) related to revenues for home viewing, where contracts did not expressly specify the calculation of such revenues. These include Home Video Revenue (from sales of physical copies of movies,  Read more