Final approval of a proposed settlement has been denied by a federal judge in a class action against Time Warner over its selling of subscribers’ personal information.
Eastern District of New York Judge I. Leo Glasser, in Parker v. Time Warner Entertainment, 98-CV-42, found the proposed settlement to be unfair, unreasonable and inadequate.
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