ComScore Pays $14M To Escape Massive Privacy Class Action

Law360, New York (June 04, 2014, 2:54 PM ET) -- ComScore Inc. has struck a $14 million settlement with what is believed to be the largest class ever certified under federal electronic privacy laws, composed of Web users who allegedly had the online analytics giant's data-harvesting software installed on their computers without consent, according to court documents filed Friday.

If approved, the pact would compensate a certified class of thousands of individuals in a suit claiming comScore secretly surveilled them through its proprietary tracking software OSSProxy and sold their private information. ComScore allegedly snuck the program...
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Case Title

Dunstan et al v. comScore, Inc.


Case Number

1:11-cv-05807

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Illinois Northern

Nature of Suit

890(Other Statutory Actions)

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Honorable James F. Holderman

Date Filed

August 23, 2011

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