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The FTC’s Thoughts on Why “Unlimited Data” Shouldn’t Need Scare Quotes

Posted in Advertising Class Action
“Unlimited data” shouldn’t need scare quotes: what recent FTC action may mean for wireless providers, broadband companies, and class action plaintiffs On October 28, 2014, the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) sued AT&T’s mobile division in the Northern District of California (F.T.C. v. AT&T Mobility LLC, Case No._ [N.D. Cal., Oct. 28, 2014] “AT&T … Continue Reading

Blood Bank Data Breach Class Action Settlement Preliminarily Approved by California District Court Judge

Posted in Class Certification, Data Breach, Settlements
In Johansson-Dohrmann v. CBR Systems, Inc. et al, No. 3:12-cv-01115 (S.D. Cal., filed May 7, 2012), the latest data privacy class action to reach settlement, Judge Michael M. Anello on February 5, 2013 granted preliminary approval of a proposed class settlement in a federal class action suit brought by a client of a blood bank … Continue Reading