Zara is a fashion house and online retail giant that is the leading online clothing retailer in the world.
Their brand has been around for over a decade now, and has been a household name in the United States and around the world for the past several years.
The company started out with $3.4 billion in sales in 2010, and they are known for their affordable clothing.
But since the beginning of the year, they’ve had to pay out tens of millions of dollars in fines for violating U.S. and international regulations on online child pornography.
The latest controversy is that they’ve been caught violating the Child Pornography Trading Act, which states that the website or website owner can be fined up to $100,000 for each day of their illegal activity.
But now, they’re facing a new lawsuit in California, which alleges that they are “brazenly violating the U.K. and U.N. Children’s Convention on the Protection of Children by Internet Pornography.”
In a lawsuit filed this week in San Francisco, Zara said that the company has been violating the Children’s Online Privacy Act since 2010, which requires that companies disclose information about the number of children who visit their websites.
The suit alleges that the breach happened when the company began allowing children under 13 to browse their site, and that it was then used to violate the law.
Zara has since filed for bankruptcy protection.
The New York Times reported that the New York State Department of Financial Services was notified of the breach in May of this year.
Zayas lawyers told the Times that the law enforcement response to the breach was too lenient, because it did not specify which children could be exposed to images.
Zaar’s lawyers, the law firm of David Gandy, told the New Yorker that the court documents do not identify the child pornography websites that were being used to sell the items, so the company does not know who the customers are.
But they did say that the images were sold through a third-party auction site, where buyers could pay a fee to use the photos on a Zara store, which would then go to a third party who would then sell the goods.
Zaga, which has about 30 stores in the U and UK, is a huge retailer that has become one of the top fashion retailers in the country.
Their clothing line, which includes women’s and children’s clothing, is known for its affordable prices, and their online sales have been growing steadily since 2009.
According to the NewYorkTimes, Zaga also sells online for about $3 a pair.
Zarega has been sued numerous times before, but these latest legal actions have brought more scrutiny to the company, and many believe that Zara may have violated the Childrens Online Privacy and Trade Act by selling child pornography in their store.
Zashara was the first to come under scrutiny by the New Yorkers attorney general’s office after the company was accused of selling child porn in the store.
The investigation revealed that Zasharas clothing line was being sold in a “dark web” marketplace that allowed users to buy the items for less than $100.
The website was also used to post child pornography, which was later found to be illegal.
According the NY Times, “in October, the Attorney General’s Office announced a new crackdown on online marketplaceplaces that sell child pornography.”
The New Yorkers Attorney General filed a civil lawsuit against Zara, asking for a jury trial, which is currently underway.
“The company has a responsibility to protect children from online predators, but Zara did not meet that responsibility,” said Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in a statement.
“Zashara’s behavior is unacceptable and harms children.
We will continue to vigorously prosecute companies like Zara who peddle child pornography online, and we will take swift action to hold those who violate our laws accountable.”
According to a report in The Guardian, “The firm is also being sued by a group of parents who say they were bullied into paying for Zasha’s clothing through the dark web marketplace.
“They also urged parents to buy clothing and make sure the products they purchased matched their childrens clothes, and then to share those photos and videos of the childrens shopping.” “
In the years leading up to its launch in 2009, Zaregatas website encouraged consumers to sign up for a Zaregan account and purchase their own clothing,” the lawyers for the New Jersey plaintiffs said.
“They also urged parents to buy clothing and make sure the products they purchased matched their childrens clothes, and then to share those photos and videos of the childrens shopping.”
Zara told the NYTimes that they “took the appropriate action” in responding to the lawsuit.
“We believe that the business practices we engaged in were lawful,” they told the paper.
“However, we cannot be more specific about the nature of our conduct or the specific child pornography material we sold.”
According a Zasharatist Facebook page, the company