The Apple Watch is the subject of the latest round of litigation against Apple, Inc., with a new lawsuit alleging every model of the product suffers a defect that can cause its touchscreen to “crack, shatter, or detach.”
The latest case to be filed against Facebook, Inc. alleges that the company systematically inflates both the prices for cost-per-click (CPC) advertisements and the user data metrics reported to advertisers.
Netgear, Inc. is on the receiving end of yet another proposed class action lawsuit this week, with a new complaint alleging the company’s Wi-Fi range extenders “do not, and cannot,” extend the range of a consumer’s network as advertised.
An antitrust class action claims Verizon Wireless and non-defendant AT&T worked together to use new eSIM technology to lock consumers to certain carrier plans.
YouTube and parent companies Google, LLC and Alphabet, Inc. have been named in a proposed class action lawsuit over suspected violations of the federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.
Consumers and shareholders Tuesday fired the opening salvos in what is sure to be a complex, prolonged legal battle over Facebook’s true intentions when it comes to safeguarding its users’ privacy.
A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed in California against Coinbase, Inc., which does business as the Global Digital Asset Exchange (GDAX).
After Forbes last week published a piece on ADA website accessibility class actions, we thought to bolster the conversation by providing a (very long) case list.
A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed in Utah in which the plaintiff alleges certain Samsung plasma televisions manufactured after January 2009 contain faulty internal components.
Apple is now the defendant in a new proposed class action lawsuit claiming, among other allegations, that it has failed to offer acceptable repairs for security vulnerabilities found in its devices’ processors.