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T-Mobile US says it can't be sued by users due to forced-arbitration clause

Thursday 11 July 2019 | 21:52 CET | News
T-Mobile US is trying to avoid a class-action lawsuit that accuses it of breaking federal law by selling its customers' real-time location data to third parties, according to ArsTechnica.com. T-Mobile filed a motion to compel arbitration in US District Court in Maryland on 8 July, saying that customers agreed to its terms and conditions that require disputes to be handled in arbitration instead of courts. The company said two plaintiffs named in the lawsuit did not opt out of the arbitration deal. Other customers who previously opted out of T-Mobile arbitration could file a similar lawsuit

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