Oct 102014
 October 10, 2014  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court

From ClassActionNews:

Filing Deadline: Tue, 2014-12-30

Case Status: Open


You are eligible if at any time since 2005 you had comScore’s data collection software downloaded and installed on your computer.

There are various ways to determine whether comScore’s software is or was installed on your computer. If the software is currently installed, you can look in the “Programs” section of your computer’s start menu for programs called “RelevantKnowlege” or “PremierOpinion.” Icons for those programs may also be present in your System Tray. You can also search for those programs by name in your computer’s start menu.

If the software was (but is no longer installed) installed on your computer, you, or someone with access to your computer, must have removed it at some point. There are different ways that this could have happened. In many cases, the software is removed using Windows’s Add/Remove Programs feature (known as “Programs and Features” in Vista and Windows 7), which is a step a person would have to take (it doesn’t happen automatically). You might be able to access the Windows System Logs to see if comScore’s software was previously removed in this way. If you don’t know how to do that but would like to try, you can contact the lawyers in this case.

It’s also possible that the software was removed from your computer by an Anti-Virus program. If this happened to you, you would have seen a report from your Anti-Virus program indicating that RelevantKnowledge or PremierOpinion was detected and removed from your computer. It may be possible to access past logs from your Anti-Virus program that would show such removal. If you don’t know how to do that but would like to try, you can contact the lawyers in this case.

If you’d like additional assistance, you can contact the lawyers in this case at 1-866-354-3015.

Proof of Purchase: No

Claim Form: Online Claim Form

Case Name: Dunstan, et al. v. comScore Inc., Case No. 1:11-cv-05807, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

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