Handing Hulu a defeat, a judge ruled on Friday that users don’t need to show they sustained a financial loss in order to proceed with a privacy lawsuit against the company. The lawsuit centers on allegations that the streaming service wrongly shared data about users with comScore and Facebook, in violation of the Video Privacy Protection Act.
Hulu argues in new court papers that a class-action lawsuit accusing it of violating a federal video privacy law should be dismissed on the grounds that the Web users who filed suit didn’t suffer any injuries.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The mother of a slain Little Rock TV anchor can proceed with a lawsuit claiming outrageous behavior by a hospital and three workers who illegally looked at her daughter’s medical files, but an invasion of privacy claim must be dropped, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday. Patricia Cannady’s lawyer said […]
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — An attorney for the mother of slain Little Rock television anchor Anne Pressly says a lower court judge was wrong to throw out her lawsuit against a hospital and three workers who illegally looked at her dead daughter’s medical files. Patricia Cannady’s lawyer told the Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday […]