A proposed class action out of California alleges Facebook’s advertising platform violates the Fair Housing Act by allowing advertisers and publishers to discriminatorily exclude protected classes of people from seeing ads for their properties.
A class action filed over Facebook's allegedly secret location tracking has been reassigned from a magistrate judge to a California district court judge.
A Texas man claims Facebook sent him at least 25 unsolicited text messages without first obtaining prior express consent to do so.
A lawsuit claims Facebook ignores users' requests to keep their location histories private and instead tracks precise location details anyway.
A proposed class action claims Facebook and Cambridge Analytica may have put social media users' information at a heightened risk of identity theft without their knowledge or consent.
Facebook, Inc. is facing a proposed class action lawsuit after allegedly failing to prevent or warn users of a data mining scandal in which their information was reportedly stolen and used to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Yet another proposed class action lawsuit has been filed against Facebook, Inc. and Cambridge Analytica over the companies’ roles in the misuse of user data.
Litigation against Facebook and Cambridge Analytica over the later's election-influencing data harvesting shows no sign of slowing down.
Two more plaintiffs seek answers about Facebook, Inc.'s failure to keep a close enough eye on user information and its accessibility to third parties.
Facebook and Cambridge Analytica are among four defendants in another case over the harvesting of the social media platform's users' data without consent.