CVS Hit With Class Action Lawsuits From HIV Patients

A group of HIV-positive plaintiffs filed a class action lawsuit against pharmacy giant CVS and its subsidiaries in federal court Friday, claiming that the company’s pharmacy insurance plan violated their privacy by forcing them to purchase HIV/AIDS medication at CVS retail stores or have them mailed to their homes.

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Injured NFL Star Turns the Table on Paparazzi

New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. sued a paparazzo and a picture agency in federal court, claiming their “coercive” business model is to secretly photograph celebrities from long range, sell the photos for profit, then demand thousands of dollars from the celebrities for purported copyright infringement.

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Toy Maker Settles Suit Over Hack of Kids’ Personal Data

The federal government said Monday that it settled the first children’s privacy case involving internet-connected toys with a Hong Kong electronics company accused of collecting personal information from millions of kids without parental consent and failing to safeguard the data against a massive cyberattack.

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