A programmer who is part of the class action lawsuit against several tech giants says $324 million isn't enough.
Social network's detractors say proposed class-action settlement over ad feature that displays images of users doesn't go far enough. Facebook argues otherwise; says if plaintiffs don't like it, they can opt out of deal.
Dozens of class-action lawsuits have been filed against the social network, and now a judge has named several state pension funds as head plaintiffs to lead the charge against the company.
One of the plaintiffs in breach of contract lawsuit in Mexico against the Web pioneer tells Reuters his partners are willing to settle for less than the court's judgment.
After a district court judge rejected a $324.5 million settlement in August, the tech firms are hoping the Ninth Circuit will intervene.
After a federal judge threw out a settlement in August, the two sides have come together and are requesting a new trial date.
US District Court Judge Denise Cote originally took issue with the settlement because Apple could end up only paying $70 million.
Hourly wage workers claim the tech giant broke California labor laws by denying them lunch breaks and final paychecks.
Court documents in the wage-fixing lawsuit reveal that several tactics were allegedly dreamed up to prevent the social network from hiring Google workers.