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Daily Dashboard | T-Mobile claims customers unable to sue for disclosing location data Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Aug. 23, 2019

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MediaPost reports a class-action claim against T-Mobile for location data disclosures is being held up in federal court after the phone carrier said it previously agreed to arbitrate all disputes to avoid a trial. T-Mobile filed a motion at a U.S. District Court in Maryland to either dismiss or stay the matter, saying "plaintiffs are contractually required to arbitrate individually, rather than litigate their claims in federal court, much less in a putative class action." The motion is in reference to the clause in T-Mobile's terms and conditions that requires individual arbitration unless customers opt out, which they can do during a 30-day window after opening their account.
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