Do all websites that play videos violate '80s privacy laws?

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BY MOUNIKA

october,16,2022

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Ronald Reagan proposed Robert Bork as a candidate for the Supreme Court in 1987.

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In response, the Video Privacy Protection  Act (VPPA) was the following approved t year by a Republican-controlled congress. While Bork vanished, the VPPA continued.

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In a class action lawsuit, a firm that violates the law is liable for a cool $2,500 for each plaintiff, not including potential punitive penalties or legal costs. 

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That may quickly total millions of dollars. And in 2022, the vast majority of the millions of websites that display videos may be in violation of the VPPA,  

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A little research turned up a plethora of VPPA lawsuits. Numerous businesses, including the NBA, GameStop, CNN, BuzzFeed, and Dotdash Meredith, 

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publisher of People Magazine is being sued by customers. This year, at least 47 VPPA class actions have been filed, and the number is growing.

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You hear about the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, in discussions regarding medical data because it was passed in 1996. even if no susceptible information was involved in the privacy infractions.

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