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Michigan Farmer Magazine Subscriber Information Shared PPPA Class Action

Informa Media, Inc., which was formerly known as Penton Media, Inc., publishes Michigan Farmer magazine, to which some people subscribe. The complaint for this class action alleges that Informa makes money from sharing the identities of those subscribers, in violation of Michigan’s Preservation of Personal Privacy Act (PPPA) which attempts to keep confidential the Private  Read more

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Comcast Discloses Video Viewing Information to Facebook Class Action

Comcast Corporation is the owner of Today.com, a website and app with digital subscribers. The complaint for this class action alleges that Comcast violates the federal Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) by disclosing the Personal Viewing Information of Today.com visitors to Meta, Inc., or Facebook, without the visitors’ consent. The complaint alleges that Comcast collects  Read more

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NBA Discloses Video Viewing Information to Facebook Class Action

This digital privacy class action brings suit against the National Basketball Association (NBA), alleging that it violated the federal Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) by disclosing Personal Viewing Information of its NBA.com website visitors to Meta, Inc., or Facebook, without their consent. The complaint alleges that the NBA collects this information and shares it through  Read more

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CNN.com Disclosure of Videos Viewed to Facebook Class Action

This class action sues Warner Bros. Discovery, Inc. as the owner of CNN.com. The complaint alleges that CNN violates the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) by disclosing names and URLs of videos watched by its users, together with their identifying information, to Meta Platforms, Inc. or Facebook.  Read more

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Huffington Post Disclosure to Meta of Videos Viewed VPPA Class Action

The defendant in this case is Buzzfeed, Inc., sued as the owner of HuffingtonPost.com (also known as HuffPost). The complaint alleges that HuffPost violates the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) by disclosing information on the videos watched by its users, along with their identifying information, to Meta Platforms, Inc. or Facebook.  Read more

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Belvoir Disclosure of Subscriber Information Michigan Class Action

Belvoir Media Group, LLC publishes Belvoir magazine and newsletter subscriptions. But the complaint for this class action claims that Belvoir violates Michigan’s Preservation of Personal Privacy Act (PPPA) by offering to rent or exchange a mailing list for its subscribers, thus exposing their Private Reading Information in violation of the law. The complaint alleges that  Read more

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Pindrop Security Voice Analysis CIPA California Class Action

Pindrop Security, Inc. makes software that lets businesses analyze the voices of their customers, as a means of customer authentication and determining whether their statements are true. The complaint alleges that this violates the California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA), a part of the California Penal Code.  Read more

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Vice Media Disclosure of Video Viewing via Meta Pixel Class Action

When you view videos online, is anyone taking note of the videos you watch? This class action brings suit against Vice Media, LLC, alleging it has violated the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) by disclosing to Meta Platforms, Inc. users’ identities and titles of videos they watched without first getting the consent of those users.  Read more

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Police Magazine Disclosure of Subscriber Information Michigan Class Action

Police, The Law Enforcement Magazine is a publication of Bobit Business Media, Inc. (BBMI) But information on Police subscribers can be valuable to certain parties, and the complaint alleges that BBMI makes money on this by offering access to its mailing list. According to the complaint, this violates Michigan’s Preservation of Personal Privacy Act (PPPA)  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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