Udemy Subscriber Data Privacy Investigation

Udemy Subscriber Data Privacy Investigation

Data Breach Class Action and Mass Tort Investigation

Photo Credit: Unsplash | Updated: June 12, 2024

Claim Form Deadline: Ongoing

Estimated Payout: Varies

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Udemy May Be Selling User Data

The attorneys at Siri & Glimstad are investigating claims that the online learning platform Udemy has been gathering and sharing private data belonging to students. The allegation is that they are doing this without written consent, which is in direct violation of federal privacy laws.

If you are a recent subscriber to Udemy and have watched classes on their online platform, your personal identifiable information and viewing history may have been shared with third parties without your knowledge. Udemy may have shared your URL, name, email, user ID information and viewing history in violation of the Video Privacy Protection Act.

Reach out below to see how you may get compensated for this violation of your privacy. There is no cost to you to consult with an attorney — they only get paid if you win.

How Do I Qualify for Compensation?

If you are a current or former subsciber to Udemy, if you watched videos using the Udemy platform, and if you accessed Udemy via an internet browser and/or via Facebook. Other qualifications may be required, so learn more using the links below!

Claim Form Website: JoinClassActions.com


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