May 252012
 May 25, 2012  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court

Nick McCann reports:

Hulu urged a federal judge to dismiss claims that it tells third parties what their subscribers watch without consent.

In their amended class action, six Hulu subscribers said the video site “repurposed” its browser cache so a marketing analyst service called KISSmetrics could store their private data.

The class also claims Hulu shared their private viewing choices with Facebook, Google Analytics, and other online market research and advertising companies.

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