Oracle/Data Broker Consumer Privacy Violations

On August 19, 2022, Lieff Cabraser filed a class action lawsuit in federal court in California against tech giant Oracle, one of the world’s largest data brokers. The lawsuit alleges Oracle improperly collects and sells the personal information of consumers to third parties without their consent, including detailed data on their behaviors, movements, social relationships, and interests.

The complaint describes Oracle as key player in the “adtech” space, where massive volumes of personal information on the world’s population is aggregated and used to identify and profile individuals for “targeted advertising” and/or other commercial and political purposes. As alleged in the complaint, this exploitation of personal information has become a multi-billion dollar industry that is based on invading consumers’ privacy.

To learn more about the lawsuit and how it may affect you, use the form below to contact a privacy law advocate at Lieff Cabraser.

Lieff Cabraser’s Privacy & Cybersecurity practice group is a nationally-recognized leader in the pursuit of preserving people’s privacy against the pervasive intrusions of digital technology into our all aspects of our daily lives. We have a proven track record of successfully taking-on the powerhouses of Big Data and social media. The Privacy & Cybersecurity practice group’s honors include the National Law Journal’s 2019 Elite Trial Lawyers award for privacy and data breach litigation and Law360’s 2017 Data Privacy Practice Group of the Year.

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If you are concerned that your privacy has been violated by Oracle or other data brokers like it who have collected and sold your personal information, please use the form below to contact Lieff Cabraser to discuss your legal rights and remedies. All information will be held strictly confidential and there is no charge or obligation for our review of your case.


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    “Current privacy expectations are developing, to say the least, with respect to a key issue raised in these cases–whether the data subject owns and controls his or her personal information…”

    -U.S. District Judge, May 2019, denying motion to dismiss in Lieff Cabraser’s Child Online Privacy Litigation

    “Your location, your messages, your heart rate after a run. These are private things. Personal things. And they should belong to you. Simple as that.”

    -Technology Company, October 2019 Advertisement