Disputes

New front opens in football data battle

A battle over valuable data about football matches is set to drag on for years, reflecting an uptick in non-personal data disputes in the sports industry.

09 April 2021

Ticketmaster GDPR appeal on hold

Ticketmaster’s appeal against a UK GDPR fine has been stayed until a final judgment is issued in parallel data subject litigation.

08 April 2021

Court won’t stop Capital One notifying data breach victims

A Canadian judge has refused to block Capital One from informing 51,000 individuals that their data had been illegally accessed.

07 April 2021

TikTok $92 million settlement hearing postponed as objections mount

Nearly 1,000 class members have objected to a proposed TikTok settlement agreement, as plaintiffs’ counsel trade barbs with attorneys from the Facebook biometric data case in an increasingly contentious dispute.

06 April 2021

UK data protection litigation analysis: the data and the gaps

GDR publishes the dataset that underpins its analysis of recent UK data protection litigation – and highlights how an opaque court system makes it tough to improve the data.

24 March 2021

Hacked healthcare provider sues AWS and hacker

A Florida provider of mental health services has sued to prevent a hacker from misusing patient data, and sought to force its cloud host to cooperate with its efforts.

24 March 2021

SCOTUS could resolve GDPR clash with US law

An engineering company seeks a US Supreme Court ruling that could let companies use the GDPR to avoid disclosing data into the US.

23 March 2021

Facebook denied US Supreme Court review of tracking lawsuit

The US Supreme Court has turned down Facebook’s request for a review of a lower court’s decision on its liability under the Wiretap Act for its past internet tracking practices.

23 March 2021

Hayes Connor settles plagiarism claim

One of the UK’s busiest claimant-side data breach litigation law firms has agreed to pay damages to law firm JMW over its use of a copied letter before action to start hundreds of cases – but blamed its barrister for the breach.

23 March 2021

Thomson Reuters faces California database class action

Plaintiffs have attacked Thomson Reuters for allegedly gathering and selling data relating to millions of individuals to law enforcement and private companies – including indicators about whether people have committed a “homosexual act”.

19 March 2021

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