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Federal Court Certifies Consumer Class Action Alleging comScore Violated Federal Privacy Laws by Exceeding Scope of Users’ Consent

10 April 2013

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

A recent federal court opinion raises concerns that privacy cases alleging violations of a standard user license agreement may be susceptible to class certification.

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