Monthly Archives: February, 2020

Facebook Takes Legal Action Against OneAudience for Harvesting User Data

Facebook filed a lawsuit against OneAudience, a mobile data analytics company, in the Northern District of California Thursday for allegedly harvesting data...

Spotify Faces Misclassification Lawsuit From Former Employee

Matthew Elias was employed by Spotify for approximately two years. He alleges that approximately one year into the employment he was reclassified...

Peloton Settles Music Licensing Suit

Peloton settled its music licensing suit for its use of songs in fitness videos without permission. Peloton was sued by a group...

MLB Sued by Fantasy Sports Competitor over Sign-Stealing Scandal

Plaintiff Cody Lucas, on behalf of himself and others similarly situated, filed a class action complaint against Major League Baseball for fraud....

Clearview AI’s Client List Was Stolen Despite Claims that Security Is Its Top Priority

Artificial Intelligence company Clearview AI, who has created a facial recognition database from more than three billion photographs, has suffered a data...

Senators Ask USDA to Release Broadband Funding for Rural Communities

A bipartisan group of nine Senators led by Ron Wyden, (D-Ore.), encouraged the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) on Wednesday to...

NHTSA Halts Autonomous Shuttle EasyMile After Injury

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has halted the operation of all 16 EasyMile autonomous shuttles in 10 states where...

Long Beach Sues over Scooter Co. Contract

On February 24, the City of Long Beach filed a complaint seeking a declaratory judgment against Neutron Holdings, Inc. doing business as...