ADT Customers Reject Settlements, Want Class Cert.

By Isaac Monterose (July 13, 2021, 6:11 PM EDT) -- A group of ADT customers pushed for class certification on their claims that the security company is liable for a former technician's use of home cameras to invade their privacy, mostly arguing that their claims are closely related because they each had identical ADT systems in their homes.

In a 28-page memo filed in Florida federal court on Monday, named plaintiff Shana Doty told U.S. District Judge Raag Singhal that ex-ADT service technician Telesforo Aviles had used the company's Pulse security system cameras to spy on 216 Dallas homes during a seven-year period. According to the memo, 129 out of those...

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