Netflix Tells 9th Circ. Its $9M Privacy Deal Passes Muster

Law360, New York (October 31, 2013, 7:56 PM EDT) -- Netflix Inc. is pushing the Ninth Circuit to shut down objections to its $9 million settlement of a class action accusing the company of violating the Video Privacy Protection Act, claiming that the pact is on par with similar privacy settlements reached by fellow online giants Google Inc. and Facebook Inc.

In a brief filed Oct. 23, Netflix shot back at claims articulated by seven objectors in five separate opening briefs that the agreement to resolve claims that the company unlawfully stored the financial information and...
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