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Feb. 2 - Facebook Fails to Address Privacy Concerns in Proposed Class-Action Lawsuit Settlement

Facebook and Lawyers Will Benefit But Not Social Network’s Users

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Jan. 28 - Boca Raton Media Company Tries to Muffle Free Speech, Goes After Public Citizen Attorney

Vision Media Attacks Online Message Board Provider, Then Its Lawyer

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Jan. 21 - Web Message Board Is Immune From Defamation Claims, Public Citizen Tells Federal Court

Federal Law Protects Internet Service Providers, Forum Operators

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Jan. 20 - ‘Yes Men’ Prank Against Chamber Is Protected by First Amendment, Public Citizen Tells Court

Trademark Law Does Not Cover Political Speech

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Dec. 30 - Ohio Appeals Court Rejects Class-Action Settlement With Carfax, Agrees With Public Citizen’s Objections

Court Overturns Approval of Coupon Settlement

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Nov. 23 - Public Citizen Wins Important Victory for Consumers in Alaska Supreme Court

Nov. 23 - Public Citizen Wins Important Victory for Consumers in Alaska Supreme Court

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Nov. 20 - Win! OMB Releases Records on “Bypass Agencies”

Nov. 20 - Win! OMB Releases Records on “Bypass Agencies”

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Nov. 17 - Florida Settlement Allows Lawyers to Use Online Directories, Social Networks

Nov. 17 - Florida Settlement Allows Lawyers to Use Online Directories, Social Networks

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Oct. 30 - Right to Bring Class Actions Should Be Protected, Public Citizen Attorney to Tell U.S. Supreme Court

Oct. 30 - Right to Bring Class Actions Should Be Protected, Public Citizen Attorney to Tell U.S. Supreme Court

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Oct. 27 - Obama Administration Settles Hours-of-Service Case, Agrees to Start Over on Rule to Keep Tired Truckers Off the Roads

Oct. 27 - Obama Administration Settles Hours-of-Service Case, Agrees to Start Over on Rule to Keep Tired Truckers Off the Roads

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