April 30, 2019

Movie Ticket Subscription Service Sinemia Files for Bankruptcy

Last week, movie ticket subscription service Sinemia filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in Delaware, reports Business Insider. Among Sinemias challenges are two class-action lawsuits and a lawsuit by MoviePass for patent infringement. One of the class action suits (Paul Early and Jonathan Gollner v. Sinemia filed November 9, 2018 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware), the plaintiffs allege that Sinemia used a bait-and-switch scheme to lure consumers with a monthly or annual subscription, then added on undisclosed and unexpected fees each time a subscriber sees a movie using Sinemia.

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California Consumers Privacy Act (CCPA) Data Mapping Primer

For the purposes of data mapping, and the requisite notice that will be required in privacy policies, you will need to know the business or commercial purpose for which any personal information is collected and shared so your data mapping should take this into consideration. Our data mapping primer.

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