What is the Star Tribune Class Action About? 

The Star Tribune Class Action alleges that Star Tribune Media Company LLC improperly disclosed its subscribers' personally identifiable information (PII) to Facebook via the Facebook Tracking Pixel without their consent, in violation of the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA). The defendant denies any wrongdoing but agreed to the settlement to avoid the uncertainties and costs of ongoing litigation.

How Can I Make Sure To Never Miss A Settlement Claim? 

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Am I eligible to get a payout in the Star Tribune Class Action? 

Individuals eligible for a payout are those in the United States who, from July 7, 2020, to February 5, 2024, had a Facebook account, had a digital or home delivery subscription to the Star Tribune that includes digital access, and viewed videos on Star Tribune’s website.

Is Proof of Purchase Required in Order to File A Claim? 

Not Applicable -  Eligibility is based on having a Facebook account and a qualifying subscription to the Star Tribune during the specified period.

How Much Money Can I Get? 

Eligible class members will receive a pro rata portion of the Settlement Fund. The specific amount will depend on the number of valid claims submitted.

How Can I File a Claim? 

  • Submit a Claim Form: To receive a payment, eligible individuals must submit a claim form by July 5, 2024. This can be done online through the link below or by mailing a completed paper claim form to the Settlement Administrator.

  • Deadline for Submission: The claim must be submitted by July 5, 2024.

For more detailed information or assistance, you can visit the official settlement website or contact the Settlement Administrator directly through the phone number or email provided in the settlement notice.

Settlement Administrator Site

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About Filing Settlement Claims

Please understand that submitting a settlement claim for payout with fraudulent information will result in the rejection of your claim form. By providing this information and attesting to its accuracy under oath, you acknowledge the potential legal consequences of perjury. It's important to recognize that such dishonest actions not only impact your own eligibility but also negatively affect those legitimately entitled to the benefits of the class action settlement. If you are unsure about your eligibility for this class action settlement, we encourage you to visit the official website of the class action administrator. It's important to note that ClaimClassActions.com serves as an informational resource only and is not affiliated with a class action administrator or a law firm.

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