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Facebook Consumer Privacy Litigation Case Update

Recently, the Court presiding over this case issued an order largely allowing Plaintiffs’ claims to proceed. The Complaint alleges that Facebook broke the law when it enabled third parties—such as the political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica—to access Facebook users’ personal content and information without their authorization. Facebook, the amended complaint alleges, failed to properly protect Facebook users’ content and information from misuse or unauthorized access.

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Wells Fargo Forced-Placed Auto Insurance

Class Action and Consumer Litigation

United States District Court for the Northern District of California

Active

Wells Fargo Mortgage Modification “Glitch” Litigation

Class Action and Consumer Litigation

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington, Spokane Division

Active

Wells Fargo Unauthorized Accounts

Class Action and Consumer Litigation

United States District Court for the Northern District of California

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