Internet Privacy Violations
Do you watch videos on internet websites such as CNN, Vimeo, Huffington Post, or Fiverr (among others) and have a Facebook account?
If yes, you may be entitled to COMPENSATION!
The experienced attorneys at the law firm of Siri & Glimstad are investigating claims that certain websites with heavy consumer traffic are tracking and sharing the private information of visitors to their sites with Facebook and/or other companies.
If you watch videos on certain websites and have a Facebook account,
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About the Video Privacy Protection Act
The Video Privacy Protection Act of 1988 was amended in 2012 for the internet age. The amendment calls for the express consent of anyone using a video streaming service whose personal information is going to be shared.
About the Potential Legal Violation
Attorneys are investigating claims that visitors to potentially as many as 30% of all popular websites are being tracked, and their private information is being sent back to Facebook and possibly other companies. If you are a consumer of video streaming services who suspects they are being tracked, you may be eligible to join a potential legal action to protect your rights to privacy.
If you were logged into Facebook and watched videos on these websites, you may have a claim:
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