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Home Depot Using Visitors’ Actions at Its Website Florida Complaint

March 12, 2021

Can a company be said to “intercept” communications on its own website? This class action brings suit against Home Depot, Inc. under the Florida Security of Communications Act (FSCA). The complaint claims that the company uses “session replay” software that allows Home Depot to intercept the electronic communications of visitors that it later uses to track, examine, and replay their interactions with the website. The complaint alleges, “Such clandestine monitoring and recording of an individual’s communications has long been held a violation of the FSCA.”

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