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  • Data Privacy
  • July 21, 2023

Watched Coursera video lessons on Coursera’s website?

You may be entitled to up to $2,500.

  • You can qualify for this claim if you have a Coursera account and watched Coursera videos on Coursera’s website within the past two years.
  • Coursera subscribers who value their privacy should sign up.
  • All claims are backed by Labaton Keller Sucharow, a national law firm that has recouped over $25 Billion for people like you.

Coursera may be violating the privacy rights of its users by disclosing their personally identifiable information, including records of every Coursera video lesson they watch on the coursera.org website, to third parties without their written consent. We are bringing claims under video privacy laws of up to $2,500 for Coursera subscribers who had their video watching history with Coursera shared without written consent.


What is this case about?

This is a case about data privacy. We allege that Coursera is violating the privacy rights of its users that watch Coursera video lessons by disclosing its users’ personally identifiable information, including the name of the video lesson they watch and the name of the course, to third parties without obtaining separate consent from users. We allege that this combination of information can be used to identify individual subscribers and their entire viewing history. We are representing clients in individual arbitration claims against Coursera for violating the Video Privacy Protection Act, which awards damages of up to $2,500 per violation, as well as additional state consumer protection and privacy laws.

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