AMC may owe you money from a $8.3 million class action lawsuit settlement.

The lawsuit accuses AMC of using Meta Pixel software developed by Meta (previously Facebook) to track users on its website and distribute their data with third parties without their permission. The activities are deemed a violation of federal law under the Video Privacy Protection Act.

As part of the settlement, AMC is required to “remove or modify” Meta Pixel and other third-party tracking technologies to comply with the law within 90 days of the final judgment.

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AMC denies violating the law, according to the settlement webpage.

The settlement applies to U.S. viewers who subscribed to or signed up for AMC-run services such as AMC+, Shudder, Acorn TV, AllBlk, Sundance Now, and/or HiDive between January 18, 2021 and January 10, 2024.

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You have until April 9, 2024 to file a claim and receive a cash reward and a one-week subscription to AMC’s streaming service, AMC+. If you accept the settlement money, you give up your right to sue AMC for the same reason hereafter.

You can alternatively decline the settlement and retain your rights to sue AMC on your own, object to the settlement by April 9, 2024, or attend the May 16 court hearing to discuss the settlement.

If you opt not to take action, you will not get a reimbursement and waive your right to sue AMC for the claims in the case.