Consumer Reports Reaches $16.4M Settlement in Michigan Data Privacy Case

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The publisher of Consumer Reports magazine has reached a $16.375 million settlement of a lawsuit claiming it violated Michigan privacy law by selling readers’ subscription and personal data to third parties without their consent. A preliminary settlement of the proposed …

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