In Re Nickelodeon Consumer Privacy Litigation: An IP Address is Not Always Personally Identifiable Information

By | Beyond IP Law | July 29, 2016
In Re Nickelodeon Consumer Privacy Litigation: An IP Address is Not Always Personally Identifiable Information

What’s the Case About? In re Nickelodeon Consumer Privacy Litigation is a multi-district consolidated class action filed on behalf of children under the age of thirteen alleging that Viacom used child directed websites it owned to collect, without parental consent, data from the class members which it then provided to co-defendant Google.

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