In a proposed class action filed this week, former Olympic gymnast Marcia Frederick alleges the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and USA Gymnastics (USAG) failed to report her claims of child abuse at the hands of her coach between 1978 and 1980.
In this week's roundup of the latest class action news we have a settlement from Tesla, a dismissed Honda soy-based wiring case and a data breach from MyHeritage.
In this week's roundup we have a Spotify copyright settlement, a startling ruling by the Supreme Court and another case against Facebook.
As per usual, we have the latest in class action headlines, including new information about the impact of last year’s Equifax data breach, the Supreme Court getting involved in the Google privacy settlement and more.
Our newest roundup has more of the latest class action news, including more heat for Facebook, refunds for the botched Mayweather-McGregor fight streams, a popular multi-level marketing company facing legal action, and more. Let’s get into it!
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).