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Financial data

OAKLAND, Calif. — A federal court in California preliminarily approved a $58 million class action settlement in a privacy suit against financial services company Plaid brought by consumers who claimed the company used their banking login credentials to “harvest and sell detailed financial data without their consent.”

Read the order here.

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