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AMC+ Settles $8.3 Million Class Action Lawsuit. Check Your Claim

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AMC+ Settles $8.3 Million Class Action Lawsuit. Check Your Claim

(CTN News) – You may be entitled to receive money from AMC as a result of a settlement of a class action lawsuit for $8.3 million.

It is alleged in the lawsuit that uses software developed by Meta (formerly Facebook) in order to track users on its website and to share their information with third parties without their consent or knowledge.

As a result of the actions taken, the Video Privacy Protection Act considers these actions to be violations of federal law.

AMC is required to comply with the law within 90 days after the final judgment has been handed down, according to the terms of the settlement, by “removing or modifying” Meta Pixel and other third-party tracking software.

On the website of the settlement, according to AMC, it denies that it infringed upon the law.

There are approximately 185 million Americans that subscribed to or signed up for the -run services in the U.S. from January 18, 2021 through January 10, 2024, including AMC+, Shudder, Acorn TV, AllBlk, Sundance Now, and/or HiDive.

In order for you to qualify for a cash payment and a one-week subscription to AMC’s streaming service, you will have until April 9, 2024 to submit your claim and receive the cash payment and subscription.

Upon accepting settlement money, you are waiving your rights to sue for the same reason in the future if you later decide to do so.

It is also your right to decline the settlement and retain your right to sue AMC independently or object to the settlement by April 9, 2024, or you may choose to attend the court hearing on May 16 in order to express your opinions on the settlement to the court.

AMC will not be able to pay you if you decide to not take action and you waive your right to sue them regarding the claims that are being made in the case.


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Salman Ahmad is a seasoned writer for CTN News, bringing a wealth of experience and expertise to the platform. With a knack for concise yet impactful storytelling, he crafts articles that captivate readers and provide valuable insights. Ahmad's writing style strikes a balance between casual and professional, making complex topics accessible without compromising depth.

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