Supreme Court to Hear Spokeo ‘Non-Injury’ Class Action Today

By | November 2, 2015

  • November 2, 2015 at 2:50 pm
    Dave says:
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    Well Class Action cases are essentially suits without plaintiffs, why not awards without damages?

  • November 2, 2015 at 3:06 pm
    Trish says:
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    Instead of the premise they use… why should companies be able to take our personal information (even from a public record), consolidate it, and then MAKE MONEY off us? I think if these companies are going to PUBLISH our information for profit, they should have to pay us – and we should have to opt in – for them to publish it. They publish information incorrectly, they put people’s lives in jeopardy (if someone has an “ex” looking for them), and they are making money while doing it!

  • November 2, 2015 at 4:24 pm
    DaBear666 says:
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    I would suspect the information they publish is frequently inaccurate, but does anyone really use it for anything? Is it just so much background noise on the internet? I had never looked at the website till today when I saw an article about this suit.

    I looked up an old friend who I found had three different listings for approx. seven old addresses. While I suspect the addresses were likely accurate (I know at least some of the cities were correct); the most important single fact about my old friend (that he had died a couple of years ago) seemed to be missing since he was indicated as being the age he would have been if still alive.

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