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After Data Breach & Supreme Court Ruling, Sony Seeks to Prohibit Lawsuits

Following a major data breach and Supreme Court ruling, Sony has updated its terms of service to force arbitration and avoid class action lawsuits.

Following a major data breach and Supreme Court ruling, Sony has updated its terms of service to force arbitration and avoid class action lawsuits.

09/16/2011 // San Francisco, California , USA // Keller Grover LLP // Carey G. Been, Class Action Attorney

After a recent U. S. Supreme Court ruling, many companies are using class action waivers to avoid liability for wrongs affecting consumers. In Sony’s case, the arbitration clause would help it avoid liability for wrongs like its failure to protect 77 million PlayStation users personal info. These clauses are wrong and hurt consumers, who should opt out of arbitration clauses when possible and tell Congress to overturn AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion, reports the San Francisco class action attorneys.

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