Class Action Spotlight (Week Ending September 15, 2023)

Financial Recovery Strategies keeps up to date on the latest in class action developments.  Here is a recap of some of the latest key developments.

Class-Action Lawsuit Forming Against Intel for ‘Downfall’ Chip Bug

Intel may soon find itself with its back against a proverbial wall following the disclosure of the “Downfall” chip vulnerability earlier this month. According to a class action aggregator, there’s now an open interest in pursuing a lawsuit against Intel for damages relating to the Downfall vulnerability. (Read full article)

A New Lawsuit Claims Brita Is Misleading Customers on What It Actually Filters

A California man has filed a class action lawsuit against the manufacturer of a popular water filtration system, alleging that it doesn’t remove potentially hazardous substances from drinking water or reduce the levels of those contaminants as effectively as its packaging claims. (Read full article)

Google reaches tentative settlement in US Play Store lawsuit

Alphabet’s (GOOGL.O) Google on Tuesday tentatively settled a class action suit alleging that its U.S. Play Store had violated U.S. federal antitrust rules by overcharging customers, according to a court filing. (Read full article)

OpenAI, Microsoft hit with new US consumer privacy class action

OpenAI and its main backer Microsoft (MSFT.O) are facing at least their second class action lawsuit in San Francisco federal court for allegedly breaking several privacy laws in developing OpenAI’s popular chatbot ChatGPT and other generative artificial intelligence systems. (Read full article)

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