Streaming service FloSports settles a second $2.6 million class action lawsuit

    FloSports, the parent company of FloBikes, a live streaming service that airs races such as the UCI World Championships, Tour de France and cyclocross World Cup races, settled a class action lawsuit for $2.625 million in recent weeks, the latest over opaque automatic subscription renewals. Subscribers have until January 25, 2024 to file claims or exclude themselves from the settlement.

    It’s the second class action suit to hit the broadcaster. FloSports settled a separate suit in July for $2.625 million for violations of the Video Privacy Protection Act after the company used Facebook pixels to track users’ video views.

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