Lawsuit Investigation: Did UEFA Violate a Video Privacy Law by Sharing Consumers’ Data?

Last Updated on October 4, 2023

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who has a UEFA account or subscribed to the newsletter, watched videos on or within the past three years, has a Facebook account, and lives in Massachusetts or California.
What’s Going On?
Attorneys working with have reason to believe that the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) may be using a tracking tool on its websites to secretly transmit details about certain users and the videos they’ve watched to Facebook. They’re now looking into whether a class action lawsuit can be filed over potential privacy violations.
How Could a Lawsuit Help?
A class action lawsuit could help compensate people who may have had their privacy violated and potentially force UEFA to change its privacy practices.
How Much Could I Get?
There are no guarantees as to how much money you could get or whether a lawsuit will be successful, but the federal Video Privacy Protection Act provides that consumers who had their rights violated under the law could be owed $2,500.
What You Can Do
If you are a UEFA newsletter recipient or accountholder, watched videos on or, have a Facebook account, and live in Massachusetts or California, fill out the form on this page to find out how you can help the investigation.

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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