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Using Your Private Information Without Consent

Colorful Google "G"

Google tracks and stores your every geographical move, the complaint for this class action says. And if you opt out of the tracking by turning off Location History, the complaint says, it still continues to track you. The complaint claims that Google has violated the California Invasion of Privacy Act and New York’s General Business Law, and engaged in intentional and negligent misrepresentation.

Cover of Consumer Reports Magazine

These days, information is valuable—and in reaction to this, privacy is being more fiercely defended. A number of states have passed laws protection personal privacy. This complaint claims that Consumer Reports, Inc. violated Rhode Island’s Video, Audio and Publication Rentals Privacy Act (RIVRPA) by selling the Personal Reading Information of its subscribers to third parties.

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This class action alleges that Facebook, Inc. allowed Cambridge Analystica, LLC (CA) to mine the data of some 50 million Facebook users, for the purpose of influencing voters in what the complaint calls “an unprecedented attack on democracy”—not to mention an unprecedentedly  massive misuse of personal information. Facebook has admitted that most of its users have likely had their information scraped by outsiders, which the complaint claims is a violation of the Stored Communications Act, the Alabama Deceptive Trade Practices Act, and common law.

Teapot and Cups from MacKenzie Childs Website

This class action investigation focuses on whether MacKenzie Childs and NaviStone violated federal wiretapping laws by eavesdropping on visitors to MacKenzie Childs websites.

Tackle Direct Lures in Case

This class action investigation focuses on whether Tackle Direct and NaviStone violated federal wiretapping laws by eavesdropping on visitors to Tackle Direct websites.

Castaway Clothing Website Vest

This class action investigation focuses on whether Castaway Clothing and NaviStone violated federal wiretapping laws by eavesdropping on visitors to Castaway Clothing websites.

Casper Mattress

This class action investigation focuses on whether Casper Sleep and NaviStone violated federal wiretapping laws by eavesdropping on visitors to Casper Sleep websites.

Davey Tree Website Image

This class action investigation focuses on whether Davey Tree and NaviStone violated federal wiretapping laws by eavesdropping on visitors to Davey Tree websites.

Building for The Wig Company (Vincent James Company)

This class action investigation focuses on whether The Wig Company and NaviStone violated federal wiretapping laws by eavesdropping on visitors to The Wig Company websites.

Really Good Stuff Website Image

This class action investigation focuses on whether Really Good Stuff and NaviStone violated federal wiretapping laws by eavesdropping on visitors to Really Good Stuff websites.

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