in Newswire Published on August 2, 2022

Fandom Disclosed Users’ Video-Viewing Habits to Meta Without Consent, Class Action Says

Haines et al. v. Fandom, Inc.

Filed: July 29, 2022 § 3:22-cv-04423

A class action alleges Fandom, Inc. has violated federal law by disclosing users’ identities and video-viewing preferences to Meta Platforms (Facebook) without proper consent.

Defendant(s)

Fandom, Inc.

State(s)

California

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