Judge Sustains Video Personal Privacy Security Act Claims Versus Streaming Service

A Maryland federal judge rejected a documentary streaming platform’s movement to oblige arbitration and movement to dismiss a Video Personal privacy Security Act match brought by users implicating the business of sharing their details with Facebook.

Representing the complainants Rohan Druva and Joshua Stern, Bursor & & Fisher submitted match versus the media business and membership video streaming service CuriosityStream Inc., declaring that it broke the federal VPPA and California state law when it divulged their personally recognizable details to Facebook.

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