Conde Nast, Men's Journal Violate Calif. Privacy Law: Suit

Law360, New York (December 23, 2011, 3:18 PM EST) -- Two separate proposed consumer class actions filed Thursday in California court accuse magazine publishers Conde Nast and Men's Journal LLC of failing to comply with a state law requiring companies to disclose whether they share customers' personal information.

According to the suits, the companies violate the "Shine the Light" law, which went into effect in 2005, by not providing a way for customers to obtain the disclosures required by the legislation.

"Despite the fact that Conde Nast profits by sharing its users' personal information, it intentionally...
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