UFC Fight Pass: Privacy Violations
|Apps, Websites and Software|
UFC Fight Pass "Zuffa" knowingly discloses its UFC Fight Pass users’ personally identifiable information to Facebook without obtaining user consent. Unbeknownst to UFC Fight Pass users, each time they use the UFC Fight Pass to watch a video, Zuffa knowingly discloses their personally identifiable information including the user’s Facebook ID and a record of every video viewed by the user—to an unrelated third party.
Our lawsuit seeks damages for all consumers who watch UFC video content while subscribed to Zuffa’s online UFC Fight Pass subscription. It also seeks an injunction preventing further privacy violations.
The case was filed in the District Court of Nevada in March 2022. Defendant answered in May 2022. Discovery is underway.
Who is Covered:
All natural persons in the United States who subscribed to the UFC Fight Pass for personal use and had their Facebook ID and URL(s) of video content they received or obtained through the UFC Fight Pass sent to Facebook between March 4, 2020 and the present.
|2022-03-04||Class Action Complaint|
|2022-05-09||Answer to Class Action Complaint|
|2023-05-29||First Amended Class Action Complaint|
|2023-07-26||Plaintiffs' Opposition to Endeavor Defendants' Motion to Dismiss|