A proposed class action lawsuit filed this week against Facebook, Inc. argues that the social media giant counts as a “consumer reporting agency” and should be required to provide users with more information about the data it collects from them.
Here’s the latest in class action news, including the FTC getting involved in the Facebook data mining scandal, a settlement from Pokémon Go’s Niantic, and a handful of app makers getting final approval to settle a privacy class action.
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.
We're back with another roundup and a couple new settlements you may be able to take part in.
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.
It’s time once again to put together a collection of the latest class action lawsuit news. Our latest installment features some Equifax developments, a hullaballoo over L.L. Bean’s former return policy, and other items consumers should know about.
You’ve probably seen the news – Intel is facing a series of proposed class actions over the startling security vulnerabilities known as Meltdown and Spectre. As the lawsuits continue to roll in, ClassAction.org will be cataloging the cases.
At the tail end of 2017, alongside New Year’s resolutions and various tidings of holiday cheer, one question was on the minds of many iPhone users: How do I join a class action lawsuit against Apple?
Can you believe it’s been more than a month since our last roundup? Think of all the holiday-themed (and leftover) baked goods that have been consumed since then!