Bloomberg Law
Sept. 13, 2022, 3:44 PM

NFL Enterprises Trims Some Privacy Claims Over Its Video App

Peter Hayes
Peter Hayes

NFL Enterprises failed to shake off class action claims that its NFL app is accessing and disclosing personally identifiable information of users accessing pre-recorded video clips, but won dismissal of claims stemming from its live content, in a ruling issued by a federal court in Rhode Island.

To state a claim under the Video Privacy Protection Act, plaintiffs must show that a “video tape service provider"—a provider of “prerecorded video cassette tapes or similar audio visual materials"— intentionally disclosed personally identifiable information, the US District Court for the District of Rhode Island said Monday.

Plaintiff Daniel Louth’s claims that the ...

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