The companies behind the Houseparty video-chatting app fail to disclose to users that their personal information is being shared with third parties such as Facebook, a putative class action lawsuit alleges.
The latest proposed class action lawsuit centered on security issues with Zoom’s video conferencing platform alleges the company’s assurance that it cares for users and their privacy is outright false.
A Pennsylvania consumer claims in a proposed class action lawsuit that Southwest Airlines has unlawfully gone against its own contract by failing to offer refunds for flights canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Zoom Video Communications, Inc. has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit that alleges the video conferencing platform shares user data with Facebook and other third parties without adequate notice.
A Wisconsin consumer alleges in a proposed class action lawsuit that StubHub has unlawfully pulled back on its longstanding “FanProtect” guarantee by refusing to issue cash refunds for tickets to events canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As millions of Americans hunker down in their homes to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, airlines have been forced to slash flight schedules and cancel thousands of domestic and international flights in response to travel restrictions.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) has essentially profited from the coronavirus pandemic by refusing to refund certain costs and fees to students.