An anticipated wave of litigation related to the sharing of user data from video platforms is coming to fruition. 

The ability to sue over non-disclosed data sharing has existed for decades, but a more digitally savvy consumer, a modern interpretation of the original statute, and a willingness by companies to use tracking tools without regard for their impact on users data, has created a new landscape for claims to flourish. 

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