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This digital-privacy class action suit alleges that the use of “cookies” by social networking site Facebook to track users’ information and activities after the users had logged out of Facebook was a practice in violation of multiple state and federal laws.

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This class action lawsuit alleges that HD Supply, Inc. committed numerous negligent as well as knowing/willful violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending unsolicited advertising text messages to the plaintiff and others who also incurred charges for the incoming calls to their cellular telephones.

Nationstar Mortgage

This lawsuit alleges that Nationstar Mortgage Holdings, Inc. repeatedly telephoned a Florida resident when the company had notice she was represented by counsel in a foreclosure proceeding, in violation of the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act and Florida consumer laws.

This class action alleges that Gallup violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by using an automatic dialing system to place calls to the cells phones of persons who had not consented to receive the calls.

 

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This class action lawsuit alleges that Advance Security and Intercoms, Inc. sent unsolicited faxes to consumers and businesses in violation of federal law.

 

PNI Digital Media sued for data breach

This lawsuit alleges that PNI Digital Media violated state conumer protection laws when its servers were hacked exposing consumer private information.

This lawsuit challenges LinkedIn’s use of a service called Add Connections to grow its member base. Add Connections allows LinkedIn members to import contacts from their external email accounts and email connection invitations to one or more of those contacts inviting them to connect on LinkedIn.

Scottrade sued for security breach

This lawsuit alleges that Scottrade breached its fiduciary duties to account holders by failing to exercise reasonable security precautions and comply with industry standards for storing confidential and private personal information, in violation of California consumer and business statutes.

This class action alleges that Experian failed to adequately safeguard the personal information of roughly 15 million persons, which was stolen by hackers from Experian. The information includes names, addresses, social security numbers, dates of birth, and so on. 

This lawsuit alleges that Fit and Fun Fitness Transformation Academy committed multiple willful violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending unsolicited, automated text messages to the plaintiff's cell phone advertising the company's health and fitness services.

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