A class action in a federal court alleges that Amazon Go stores violated a New York City law requiring businesses to disclose their collection of customers' biometric information.
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After Southwest canceled around 13,000 flights in the days surrounding the Christmas holiday, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced that he would be watching the company very closely and expected it to "go beyond the letter of the law."
Three graduates of the USC Rossier School of Education are seeking reimbursement for tuition and other costs based on incomplete data provided to US News & World Report that allegedly affected Rossier's ranking.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has frequently taken Google to court over alleged violations of consumer privacy, voicing a wariness of major tech companies and their influence over American life.
The lawsuit alleges violations of antitrust and unfair competition laws, based on Amazon policies toward third-party sellers that offer their products on other online platforms for lower prices.
A New York resident argues that the name and packaging of the Margarita-Hard Seltzers deceive consumers by leading them to think that the beverages contain tequila when they do not.
A Florida woman who was forced to accept a much more expensive car loan due to an error seeks to launch a class action against the credit reporting company in a Georgia court.
A lawsuit in Washington state court targets the administrators of Facebook groups that have solicited review fraud on Amazon marketplaces in seven countries, causing consumers to buy subpar products.
The Food and Drug Administration aims to curb youth addiction and improve health equity by banning hazardous products that are especially popular among young smokers and African-Americans.
A coalition of state attorneys general plans to investigate concerns that the social media platforms may have violated consumer protection laws through certain techniques that promote the engagement of young users.