Thanks to a $245 million settlement with the FTC, some Fortnite players can now get their money back from Epic Games for unwanted in-game purchases, with a January 17, 2024 deadline.
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You have until August 25 to file a claim for the big data privacy settlement from Facebook that was approved in December 2022, if you were a Facebook member between May 24, 2007 and December 22, 2022.
Meta has agreed to pay $725 million to settle a long-running lawsuit concerning the data harvesting Cambridge Analytica scandal of 2018. However, it has not admitted to any wrongdoing.
Google and iHeartMedia have reached a settlement with the FTC after the two were accused of paying radio hosts for endorsements of the Pixel 4 even though the endorsers hadn't used the phone.
Google will pay $391.5 million as part of its settlement with 40 U.S. states after it continued to track users' location data even after turning location tracking features off in the settings.
A businesswoman based in the U.K. has settled a brand dispute with Microsoft over the "Windows" branding. The said woman, Kate Mckenzie, had built a reading tool dubbed "Word Windows".
T-Mobile has agreed to pay $350 million as part of a settlement after the records of 76.6 million customers were compromised. It will also spend $150 million upgrading its data security.
Google has agreed to settle (not admitting guilt) a class-action lawsuit that alleged the company was engaging in discriminatory practices pertaining to placements and payments based on gender.
Microsoft has announced four U.S.-centric initiatives to foster a healthy culture at its workplace. These include removing non-compete clauses for almost all employee and increasing pay transparency.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has fined Nvidia for not telling investors that their rise in revenue in 2018 was due to cryptomining interest rather than its gaming business.
A settlement between Alphabet, which owns Google, and Berland has been approved by the National Labor Relations Board. Other wrongful termination cases against the firm are still ongoing.
Zoom has agreed to pay $86 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed in the U.S. The allegations included breach of customer data privacy and poor security standards that allowed zoombombing.
Google has vowed to improve interoperability with third-party ad platforms after a French antitrust watchdog found it to be biased towards Google's own marketplace and fined it €220 million (~$268m).
Apple will pay $113 million for its second settlement of an investigation into its iPhone battery throttling practices. It also vowed to make its battery management practices more transparent.
Alphabet-owned tech giant Google, who had been grappling with a sexual misconduct lawsuit filed by its shareholders, has reached an agreement worth $310 million in settlements to close the chapter.
Apple has reportedly agreed to pay $500 million to settle lawsuits for throttling older iPhones. The proposal, which grants up to $25 in settlement for affected iPhone owners, is awaiting approval.
In a legal battle that has stretched for more than a year, common ground has been found and an agreement brokered that will resolve all disputes regarding the Star Control franchise.
Sprint and AT&T have settled a lawsuit filed in February of this year over the latter's use of fake 5G branding on its mobile device offerings, a marketing stunt that was criticized by rivals.
A few months back, Bethesda sued Warner Bros. claiming that the latter's Westworld game on mobile used assets from Fallout Shelter. Although the two reached a settlement, Westworld is shutting down.
Samsung has issued a public apology for the illnesses and deaths of employees at its computer chip and liquid crystal display plants, saying it failed to handle health risks at those facilities.
Nintendo has settled for $12 million in a lawsuit that it filed against a married couple who were operating ROM sites. The accused have also signed off the websites, games, and emulators to Nintendo.
Elon Musk has reached a settlement with the U.S. SEC that will see him lose his chairman position at Tesla for the next three years. He will also have to pay a fine of $20 million.
Several of LGs popular phones ran into a problem where the devices would constantly try to reboot. The cycle was endless and the phones effectively became doorstops, prompting the class-action suit.
Uber has agreed to obtain independent third-party audits every two years, for the next twenty years, as part of a settlement over the charges levied against it by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
In an earnings call this week, Nokia has revealed that Apple paid the company 2 billion dollars to settle ongoing patent disputes. The companies will share patents as part of the licensing agreement.
It has been years since the initial breach of the Ashley Madison website that resulted in millions of users data being revealed. Now, the firm is settling with the affected, paying out $11.2 million.
No Man's Sky developer has stated that they have finally ended a legal battle with British telecommunications company, Sky, over the use of the word "Sky" in the name of the game.
Four tech giants once again try to resolve a class-action lawsuit by tech workers over employee mobility and compensation, after last year's rejected settlement of $324M.
According to a report by the Korea Times, Apple and Samsung may be working to settle their various cases outside of court. This comes after Google and Apple agreed a similar thing earlier this month.
The Federal Trade Commission announced Apple has agreed to a settlement where the company will offer at least $32.5 million to iOS users for in-app purchases bought by kids without parental consent.
The popular BitTorrent search engine website isoHunt has entered into an agreement with the major U.S. movie studios and as part of that settlement will shut down operations next week.
A judge has now approved a new settlement from Facebook in a long running lawsuit, where Facebook will pay 615,000 of its users $15 each for using their names in Sponsored Stories without permission.
If you are, or were an iPhone 4 owner and you submitted a claim to Apple for the $15 settlement instead of a bumper case for the "Antennagate" issue, then you should receive that check very soon.
The iPad "Wifi + 4G" didn't go down well in Australia as dissatisfied customers found out when they discovered that the device is in-fact not compatible with the Australian 4G network, lawsuits ensue.
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After Comcast was caught throttling P2P traffic back in 2007, a class action lawsuit (Hart vs. Comcast) was filed against them. According to Benzinga, the lawsuit has now come to an end, as Comcast settles...