LINKEDIN TO PAY OUT $13 MILLION TO SETTLE EMAIL LAWSUIT – Are You Owed Money? Find Out

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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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