Want damages from Comcast for systematically violating your privacy?

Comcast keeps track of what you watch, and uses that and other info about you to target ads. (This white paper from Experian details what Comcast and other cable companies are doing.) The federal Cable Act prohibits cable companies from collecting personally identifiable viewing data without proper consent. And it authorizes a court or arbitrator to award substantial damages for violations. We believe this is exactly what Comcast does. We'll represent you on contingency if you qualify.

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Here is the class action we filed for California Comcast customers. 

Why This Case Is Important 

 
Under federal law, you decide whether to share your personal data with your cable company. If your cable company keeps and uses your personal data without your knowledge or consent, you lose control over your private information, risk its disclosure in a data breach, and are exposed to manipulative, personally targeted ads. By suing, you may be able to recover thousands of dollars in statutory damages and make a stand for privacy.   

How to Join

For strategic reasons, we are currently only accepting clients who activated Comcast cable television service in California in the last 25 days. To join, or just learn more about the case and whether you qualify, click here.

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