Software company Digital Recognition Network, Inc. is on the receiving end of a proposed class action lawsuit that claims its use of automated license plate recognition devices to track vehicles—and their drivers—violates a California privacy law.
T-Mobile US, Inc. was hit with a proposed class action on Thursday over a data breach announced just days earlier that reportedly affected over 100 million customers.
A proposed class action filed this week claims online advertising services firm Kochava, Inc. has used computer code embedded in child-directed mobile apps and games to surreptitiously collect the personal data of children who use the apps.
ParkMobile, LLC has been hit with a proposed class action after announcing in March 2021 that it had been the subject of a “cybersecurity incident.”
ADT Security Services faces another lawsuit over the brazen privacy-invading actions of a former installation technician who for years was able to spy on consumers’ most intimate moments.
A proposed class action aims to hold Ring, LLC responsible for what one consumer alleges to be the company’s “egregious” failure to safeguard the privacy of its motion-activated cameras and the personally identifiable information of its customers.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed this week seeks to take Flo Health, Inc. to task over its apparent disclosure of Flo app users’ private health information to advertisers.
Did you receive an email from “email@example.com” with the subject line “Notice of Class Action Settlement re Google Plus - Your Rights May Be Affected?” If so, you may be eligible for a piece of the $7.5 million Google+ data breach settlement.
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.
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.