CorePower Yoga Accused of Privacy Violations

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CorePower Yoga: Privacy Violations

CorePower Yoga, one of the largest yoga studio chains in the United States, has been accused of sharing its subscribers’ personal information and video-viewing habits with Facebook without their consent. This alleged violation of the Federal Video Privacy Protection Act (FVPA) could result in compensation of up to $2,500 for eligible individuals.

Compensation for Eligible Individuals

The FVPA provides legal recourse for individuals whose video privacy rights have been violated. Eligible CorePower Yoga subscribers with Facebook accounts may be entitled to compensation.

Levi & Korsinsky, a nationally recognized consumer advocacy law firm, is representing CorePower Yoga subscribers who have been impacted by this potential privacy violation. Individuals who believe they qualify for compensation can contact Levi & Korsinsky for further information.

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About Levi & Korsinsky

Levi & Korsinsky is a consumer advocacy law firm with a proven track record of recovering compensation from large corporations. The firm’s team of experienced attorneys has handled numerous class action lawsuits and has secured hundreds of millions of dollars for their clients.

About CorePower Yoga

CorePower Yoga is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, and has over 220 locations across 22 states. The company offers a variety of yoga and bootcamp-style classes to its hundreds of thousands of members.

CorePower Yoga has faced previous legal challenges, including class action lawsuits alleging underpayment of wages to yoga instructors.

Contact Information

Levi & Korsinsky, LLP

33 Whitehall Street, 17th Floor

New York, NY 10004

(212) 363-7500

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