MyFitnessPal User Slams Push To Arbitrate Data Breach Row

Law360 (June 22, 2018, 2:48 PM EDT) -- A MyFitnessPal user told a California federal court Thursday that Under Armour Inc. should not be able to arbitrate her proposed class action alleging the company failed to secure the nutrition app against a security breach, saying she is not subject to a 2013 arbitration agreement.

Rebecca Elizabeth Murray, who filed the suit in April, said the arbitration agreement was not in effect when she opened her MyFitnessPal account in 2012 and said she never agreed to the updated terms of service.

"Clearly, the fact that the arbitration agreement was not contained in the terms of service is an omission of...

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