➤➤ PACER fees have long been a source of complaint, but a JAMS neutral working as a special master in the proposed class action over Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal lodged a small victory recently when he persuaded a judge to waive any fees related to his work in the case.

➤➤ A privacy lawsuit against Ford Motor Co. over its infotainment system faces a new hurdle in the form of a motion to dismiss that says an amended complaint didn’t fix its fatal fallacies. ➤➤ Ten attorneys general recently announced an investigation into Instagram. Now a proposed securities class action is focused on the social media app’s lack of disclosure regarding negative internal studies.

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