Three California businesses claim in a proposed class action filed this week that Microsoft Corporation unlawfully hands over its business customers’ data to Facebook and other third parties without users’ knowledge or consent.
Despite possessing unfettered oversight of its platforms, Apple has done little to stop an “epidemic” of iTunes gift card scams and reaps a hefty profit on purchases made with money bilked from victims, a proposed class action alleges.
An amended class action complaint alleges the label claims put forth by Neutrogena that certain makeup removers are rigorously tested and ideal for use on even the most sensitive skin are misleading.
Apple Inc. and T-Mobile USA, Inc. have been hit with a proposed class action this week over what two plaintiffs claim is a significant security flaw that has allowed iPhone users’ communications to be transmitted to third parties without their knowledge.
A Grammy award-winning jazz composer alleges YouTube’s copyright enforcement system disproportionately protects big studios and record labels while denying less-powerful creators any meaningful opportunity to protect their original works.
Walmart faces a proposed class action that alleges the mega-retailer’s sale of Children’s Pain & Fever acetaminophen and the higher-priced Infant’s Pain & Fever acetaminophen is likely to deceive customers.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed this week paints a grim picture of the “potentially hazardous” state of on-base military housing at Fort Bragg, a U.S. Army base in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
A group of Black content creators has filed a proposed class action lawsuit this week against Google LLC, YouTube LLC and Alphabet Inc. over what they claim is “overt, intentional, and systematic racial discrimination” against the Black community.
A proposed class action aims to blow the lid off what the suit describes as a multi-layered “free trial” scam ring involving dozens of companies and individuals whose “only goal” is to fraudulently obtain consumers’ financial information.
Nearly identical lawsuits filed this week in California claim Apple, Inc. and Google LLC have knowingly allowed both adults and children to engage in illegal gambling through mobile games available on the App Store and Google Play.