Legal Investigation Looks into ESPN+ Over Alleged Privacy Law Violations

Last Updated on October 26, 2023

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
ESPN+ subscribers who watched videos on and have a Facebook account
What’s Going On?
It’s believed that ESPN may have violated certain privacy laws by secretly sharing data about its subscribers – including information about videos they’ve watched on the ESPN+ website – with Meta, the owner of Facebook. Now, attorneys are gathering ESPN+ subscribers to take action against the company.
What Am I Signing Up For?
You’re signing up to participate in something called “mass arbitration,” which is different from a class action lawsuit and involves many consumers filing individual arbitration claims against the same company over the same issue.
Does This Cost Anything?
It doesn’t cost anything to sign up, and if the attorneys don’t win your claim, you don’t pay.
What Could I Get?
While there are no guarantees, it’s possible that those who participate could be entitled to as much as $2,500.
What You Can Do
If you have a digital subscription to ESPN+ and watched videos on, sign up by filling out the form linked below.
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