Data Breach and Privacy Lawsuits

When a company fails to keep consumers’ information private, class action lawsuits provide a way for those affected to take action. In the last few years, we have seen countless class action lawsuits filed over data breaches in which information as sensitive as Social Security numbers was leaked, as well as over websites secretly sending users’ online activity to third parties and companies unlawfully collecting fingerprints and other unique identifiers. We expect this trend only to grow in the future.

Class action lawsuits serve not only to provide compensation to those who had their information exposed; they can also force the company being sued to improve its security to help ensure the breach or other privacy violation never occurs again.

Below, you will find our open investigations related to data breaches, improper collection and use of consumers’ personal information, and more. Newsletter

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BetMGM announced that its users’ information was exposed during a data breach that lasted from May to November 2022. Attorneys are now gathering data breach victims to take action against the online casino and sports betting platform.

It’s believed that Electronic Arts (EA) may have illegally used facial recognition software to improperly collect players’ biometric information, including scans of their faces, through its Game Face feature.

Attorneys are investigating whether Ethos Technologies used a website tracking tool to record prospective customers’ personal information and secretly share the data with Meta, the owner of Facebook.

Attorneys working with are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed against GEICO over the 2021 data breach.

Attorneys are investigating whether the websites of certain hospitals are illegally sharing patients’ private information with Facebook and, if so, whether class action lawsuits could be filed as a result.

Attorneys are investigating whether Instagram is following an Illinois privacy law known as the Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA).

Attorneys are investigating whether Logitech is violating Illinois privacy law by allowing its Circle View doorbell camera to capture facial scans of those appearing on video without first making the required disclosures and obtaining proper consent.

Attorneys are investigating whether movie theater chains have violated a federal privacy law by secretly sharing online ticket buyers’ personal information with Meta.

It’s believed that Spotify may have violated a federal privacy law by secretly tracking which videos Facebook users have watched on its website and sharing that data with Meta.

Attorneys are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed in light of allegations that Twitter said it was collecting information from users for account security purposes but secretly used the data to target them with ads.

Attorneys are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed over the issue. But first, they need to speak with UCLA Health patients who received notice that their information may have been shared.