Case Name (Date)

Walkingeagle et al. v. Google LLC d/b/a YouTube and YouTube, LLC
22-cv-763, D. Ore.
(May 2022)


Product/Service

YouTube subscription plans


Allegations

Failing to adequately disclose that consumers who sign up for subscriptions are enrolled in programs that automatically renew monthly or yearly

Making it difficult and confusing to cancel YouTube subscriptions


Status

Pending



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