$13.75 Million Settlement for Condé Nast Magazine Subscriber Privacy Case
We alleged that magazine publisher Condé Nast was disclosing its Michigan magazine subscribers’ identifying information to third-party data companies without notice and consent in violation of Michigan state law.
What We Did
Bursor & Fisher filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of a class of Michigan subscribers to Condé Nast magazines alleging that Condé Nast sold their subscription records, along with other personal, demographic, and lifestyle information, to numerous data miners in violation of the subscribers’ rights under the Michigan Preservation of Personal Privacy Act. The lawsuit sought monetary damages under the statute on behalf of the consumers.
What Our Clients Got
We negotiated a classwide settlement in which our client received a $10,000 incentive award. Under the settlement, each eligible class member who submitted a claim received a cash payment of approximately $82.