A proposed class action filed this week claims ADT has negligently allowed unauthorized parties to remotely access customers’ security systems and spy on household members “in their most private and intimate moments.”
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.
Google has been hit with a proposed class action filed by an Illinois father who alleges the tech goliath has illegally collected, stored and used the personally identifiable biometric information of children under 13 years old.
This suit claims that Clearview AI, Inc. has illegally “scraped” photos from “hundreds, if not thousands” of websites in order to build a database containing the biometric information, namely face templates, of millions of Americans.
A class action lawsuit alleges Google violated an Illinois privacy law by scanning, collecting and storing the facial features of people who appear in pictures uploaded to Google Photos.
A former Wawa store manager alleges in a proposed class action that he was inappropriately fired in a “sheepish” effort by the convenience store and gas station chain to show it has finally begun to take the security of customers’ information seriously.
While the operators of TikTok abruptly settled a case over the alleged collection of children’s data without parental consent, the companies still face a proposed class action in California over claims that it shared children’s data with China.
An Illinois father has filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which he claims College Board unlawfully sold his daughter’s personal information after she took several of its standardized tests.
Google finds itself in the crosshairs of a proposed class action lawsuit filed by two plaintiffs in California federal court.