Legal Investigation Looks into the NBA Over Possible Privacy Law Violations

Last Updated on May 16, 2023

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone with an NBA account who watched videos on and also has a Facebook account.
What’s Going On?
It’s believed that several companies running the National Basketball Association’s website may have used an online tracking tool to record users’ activities – specifically, which videos they watch – and secretly shared this data with Facebook. Attorneys are now gathering subscribers to take action over potential privacy violations.
What You Can Do
If you’re a Facebook user who has an account (i.e., you have an NBA ID, NBA TV account, NBA League Pass, or you log into using your TV provider) and you’ve watched videos on the NBA’s website, sign up today by using the link below.
What Am I Signing Up For, Exactly?
You’re signing up for what’s known as “mass arbitration,” which involves hundreds or thousands of consumers bringing individual arbitration claims against the same company at the same time and over the same issue. This is different from class action litigation and takes place outside of court.
Does This Cost Anything?
It costs nothing to sign up, and the attorneys will only get paid if they win your claim.
How Much Could I Get?
While there are no guarantees, the federal Video Privacy Protection Act states that consumers who had their rights violated under the law could be owed $2,500.

The information submitted on this page will be forwarded to Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman, PLLC who has sponsored this investigation.

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