Conde Nast Privacy Suit Ends With $13.8M Settlement

Law360 (August 21, 2018, 10:10 PM EDT) -- Conde Nast has reached a $13.75 million settlement with a class of consumers who claim the company violated a Michigan privacy law by selling customer data without their consent, according to New York federal court filings Tuesday.

The settlement covers all Conde Nast publication subscribers with a Michigan address and who had magazines delivered to a Michigan address between July 2009 and July 2016. A memorandum in support of the class' bid for preliminary approval noted that similar settlements under the Michigan Preservation of Personal Privacy Act have also been approved, citing a $16.38 million settlement announced in April between Consumer...

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