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.
Many sports fans head to the game wishing to have their faces shown on the big screen hanging from the rafters. But a new lawsuit alleges one professional sports team went a step too far in capturing just what spectators look like.
After a few days of threats and Twitter outrage, Robinhood Markets, Inc. has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit in Florida over the outages many users of the securities trading app experienced during the first week of March 2020.
Apple Inc. has agreed to pay as much as $500 million to resolve litigation that alleged the company intentionally slowed down and ultimately harmed the performance of older iPhones through a series of software updates.
A number of companies allege in a sprawling proposed class action that Facebook has overtly attempted to extinguish what it perceives as threats from rival app developers in “the most brazen, willful anticompetitive scheme in a generation.”
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.
If you’ve shopped at a Home Depot in Illinois, you may be owed $5,000, according to a proposed class action lawsuit. On a less exciting note, though, you may also need to be concerned about the safety of your facial features.
Facebook finds itself as the defendant in another round of even more class action litigation, with a lawsuit alleging that it has discriminatorily denied older and female users the opportunity to receive information on financial services opportunities.
The latest proposed class action lawsuit thrown onto Apple’s ever-expanding heap of legal troubles stems from the tech giant’s alleged failure to install filters in the vents of its desktop iMacs and MacBook laptops.
Google finds itself in the crosshairs of a proposed class action lawsuit filed by two plaintiffs in California federal court.