Topic: Disputes

GoodRx, Meta, Google and Criteo say data sharing was disclosed to users

Defendants to a class action targeted at the sharing of GoodRx data to major tech companies have argued that the plaintiffs agreed to have their data shared.

10 July 2023

New fronts open in AI litigation campaign

Book authors including the comedian Sarah Silverman have filed a new copyright class action against OpenAI, and have separately sued Meta over its own large language model.

10 July 2023

LabMD saga continues: US Privacy and Cybersecurity Alert 10 July 2023

LabMD says a court shouldn’t have dismissed its case against the Federal Trade Commission; Connecticut’s data privacy law goes into effect; the White House nominates two Republicans to the FTC.

10 July 2023

Antivirus provider faces Dutch privacy class action

A Dutch NGO has filed a class action lawsuit against antivirus software and browser provider Avast over the company’s alleged unlawful onward sale of data.

07 July 2023

Judge narrows US government’s social media restrictions

A judge has limited the US federal government’s interactions with social media companies after finding agencies pressured platforms to ignore free speech rights.

07 July 2023

Platforms fight social media harm claim

Meta, Google, TikTok and Snapchat have argued that plaintiffs are ignoring recent US Supreme Court section 230 decisions in their attempt to shift liability for harmful third-party content to the platforms.

06 July 2023

Greenberg Traurig sued over Cambridge Analytica acquisition

Cambridge Analytica’s owner has accused Greenberg Traurig of causing the loss of the $19 million it paid to buy the consultancy.

06 July 2023

Belgian newspaper anonymisation order survives ECHR challenge

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that an anonymisation order against a Belgian newspaper does not violate its freedom of expression.

05 July 2023

CPRA hold-up: US Privacy and Cybersecurity Alert 3 July 2023

The CPRA is on hold; a class action has survived a motion to dismiss claims that YouTube’s video editing tools violate the Biometric Information Privacy Act; and lawmakers have reintroduced a bill that aims to create a data broker registry and do not track list.

03 July 2023

$228 million BIPA damages vacated

A Chicago federal judge has vacated a $228 million BIPA damages reward and ordered a new trial.

03 July 2023

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