Toronto law firm Investigation Counsel Professional Corporation has launched a proposed class action against Symantec Corporation. Those affected are all Ontario residents who purchased Norton branded security and antivirus software anytime between July 2010 through July 2016.
This case arises out of recent news reports that, for at least seven years, there were critical vulnerabilities in a large number of Norton security and antivirus software products. Not only did these longstanding and serious vulnerabilities make the protection and security features of Norton antivirus software products less effective, they also allegedly made users of those products more susceptible to security breaches due to hacking, malware, and computer viruses. Investigation Counsel believes that Ontario residents who purchased these allegedly defective Norton security and antivirus software products may be entitled to compensation.
On November 14, 2018, the Ontario Court certified this action as a class proceeding and appointed the plaintiffs as representative plaintiffs for the class.
If you DO wish to participate in this class action – then do nothing! Class Members who want to participate in this class action are automatically included and need not do anything at this time.
If you DO NOT want to participate in the class actions – then you must opt out! To opt out, you must do so by no later than February 25, 2019, in accordance with the instructions set out in the Notice here.
If you have any questions about this class action, please contact John Archibald at 416-637-3152 , by email at email@example.com or by filling out the form below.
*This Is Not A Claim Form You are not obligated to fill in this form and, if you choose to do so, you are not retaining Investigation Counsel P.C. to act on your behalf. Your personal information will not be disclosed to a third party without your consent or unless it is required by law.