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Do You Own a PS3? If So, Sony May Owe You Money, Read About The Class Action Settlement Here



If you’re a PS3 owner, today could be your lucky day. Lifehacker points out that thanks to the “Other Operating System” Settlement, you could be entitled up to $55 from Sony.

Apparently, in 2010, Sony removed the ability to install the operating system Linux from the PlayStation 3 though it was a promised feature of the system. Sony disabled the “install other OS” feature during a PS3 software update (a move it claimed was due to piracy concerns), thereby removing the ability to run Linux on it.

People sued, and the case was eventually settled. Now, if you can prove that you used the “Other Operating System” feature to install Linux (because it was your only option) then, you’re entitled to a $55 settlement. If you have only proof of purchase for your PS3 at the time, they’ll give you $9 just for that.

According to the settlement notice sent out this week:

If you purchased a Fat PS3 in the United States between November 1, 2006, and April 1, 2010, from an authorized retailer for family, personal, and/or household use, you are a Class Member and may be eligible to submit a claim to receive a cash payment.

According to Ars Technica, claims are due by Dec. 7. The money you’re owed should be sent out early next year, pending final approval of the settlement.

Submit a claim here –>>> Claim Form



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If you purchased Extended Download Service for Norton Products or Norton Download Insurance between January 23, 2005 and March 10, 2011, you may be eligible to receive a payment from a class action settlement and your rights will be affected by the settlement.


Note: This settlement may be adjusted down pro rata if the number of applicants exceed the available settlement pool

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Khoday v. Symantec
NO. 0:11-cv-00180 (JRT-FLN)
Circuit Court District Of Minnesota

Case Summary

The lawsuit alleges that Defendants violated consumer protection laws and the common law – specifically, that Digital River violated the Minnesota Consumer Fraud Act, and that Symantec violated California’s Unfair Competition Law and Consumer Legal Remedies Act, by failing to disclose to Class members that free alternative methods to redownload purchased software existed.

The defendant denies any wrongdoing but agreed to the terms of the settlement in order to avoid the cost of further litigation.

SETTLEMENT POOL: $60,000,000

MUST FILE BY: 02/18/2016


Khoday v. Symantec Corp.
c/o GCG
P.O. Box 10081
Dublin, OH 43017-6681
Toll Free: 1-855-382-6395

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The Action challenges LinkedIn’s use of a service called Add Connections to grow its member base.  Add Connections allows LinkedIn members to import contacts from their external email accounts and email connection invitations to one or more of those contacts inviting them to connect on LinkedIn.  If a connection invitation is not accepted within a certain period of time, up to two “reminder emails” are sent reminding the recipient that the connection invitation is pending.  The Court found that members consented to importing their contacts and sending the connection invitation, but did not find that members consented to LinkedIn sending the two reminder emails.  The Plaintiffs contend that LinkedIn members did not consent to the use of their names and likenesses in those reminder emails.  LinkedIn denies these allegations and any and all wrongdoing or liability.  No court or other entity has made a judgment or other determination of any liability.

LinkedIn is paying up for sending you too many emails after the social networking site agreed to shell out $13 million to settle a 2013 lawsuit.

Some LinkedIn members were upset the address book contacts they requested to connect with received multiple reminder emails.

The settlement affects those who used the feature between September 17, 2011 and October 31, 2014.

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You can submit a claim here —>> Claim

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Tom’s of Maine Class Action Settlement – Up To $28



A class action lawsuit involving Tom’s of Maine, Inc. (“Tom’s”) received preliminary settlement approval in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida on September 9, 2015.

Under the proposed settlement, all persons who purchased at least one Tom’s of Maine Covered Product from March 25, 2009 through September 23, 2015 are potential class members and may be entitled to participate in a proposed class action settlement.

Qualifying class members who submit valid and timely Claim Form postmarked, faxed, or submitted online on or before May 7, 2016 may be eligible to receive a cash refund.

Covered Products in this Tom’s of Maine class action settlement include:

  • Toothpaste
  • Deodorant
  • Soap
  • Lip Balm or Gloss
  • Sunscreen
  • Body Lotion
  • Hand Cream
  • Mouthwash
  • Other personal or oral care products


What money is available from the claims process?

Tom’s will create a fund of $4.5 million to pay Class Members’ claims, certain administrative costs and attorneys’ fees and expenses. You may obtain a cash payment of up to $28 from the fund if you purchased one of the Tom’s Covered Products. The amount of your payment will depend on the statements in your Claim Form and the support you may provide. These awards may be subject to pro rata upward or downward adjustment depending on the number of claims approved. See Covered Products for more details.

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