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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Standard Innovation failed to disclose that its We-Vibe® vibrators collected personal information about its customers’ usage of the We-Vibe®, if the consumer downloaded the We-Connect™ App, without the customers’ consent.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Kelly Services failed to make disclosures in the manner required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act before obtaining background checks on employees and applicants. 

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that customers’ insurance declaration and evidence of insurance pages were available on the Lender Verification Portal without sufficient security procedures in place.  These documents contain sensitive customer information.

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This class action lawsuit claims that Quest Diagnostics failed to safeguard its clients’ Protected Health Information including laboratory test results and Personal Identifying Information (PII), and that Quest Diagnostics failed to provide timely, accurate, and adequate notice to its clients that their private information had been stolen.  PII includes names, dates of birth, and phone numbers.

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that TalentBin was a “consumer reporting agency” preparing “consumer reports” under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) when it gathered information from various online sources regarding job seekers and then compiled that information into “candidate profiles” for sale to potential employers and recruiters.

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This lawsuit claims that TELUS illegally recorded conversations with plaintiffs and consumers without proper notification or warning.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that DISH violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) in two ways. First, Plaintiffs allege that DISH failed to provide proper legally required disclosures to Contractor Technicians prior to obtaining consumer reports on them for employment purposes.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Credit Plus willfully violated a provision of the FCRA when it included a MERS Report with information that indicated plaintiffs had mortgage liens with an “inactive” status, without indicating whether the mortgage lien was paid-in-full, transferred to another servicer, foreclosed, or discharged in bankruptcy.

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Blu Products, Inc. used firmware from Shanghai Adups Technology Co. on their phones to continuously capture and transmit the owners’ text messages, personal contacts, call logs, physical locations, and other confidential data to servers in China.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that patients provided certain patient information to the Tampa General Hospital, and that one or more former hospital employees inappropriately accessed that patient information. The lawsuit further claims that the Hospital is responsible for certain potential losses to patients allegedly resulting from the events described in the lawsuit. 

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