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 June 23, 2019  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court

George Khoury, Esq. writes:

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently revived the wacky robocall class action case against Facebook that was thrown out in late 2017 by the lower federal district court.

Apparently, Facebook found the one person in the world who wasn’t on Facebook and decided to send him text message alerts that his Facebook account had been compromised. Notably, it’s alleged that the system that repeatedly contacted the plaintiff was automated, and even after the plaintiff clearly notified Facebook to stop contacting him, it persisted. Disagreeing with the district court’s rationale, the Ninth Circuit revived the case, allowing it to move forward.

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