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Zillow Session Replay Code and Illinois Eavesdropping Act Class Action

Zillow Group, Inc. is responsible for the Zillow website, which the complaint for this class action calls “the leading online homebuying marketplace” in the country. But the complaint also claims that Zillow has third-party vendors, such as Microsoft, embed Session Replay Code in its website that allows Zillow to intercept and record the communications of  Read more

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General Motors Recording of Visitors at Website Florida Class Action

This class action does not concern any defects in General Motors, LLC’s automobiles. Rather, it claims that General Motors (GM) intercepts electronic communications from visitors to its website. It claims that GM uses “session replay” software that records all of a visitor’s interactions with its website, such as mouse movements, clicks, information entered, and pages  Read more

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WebMD Intercepts Moves of Visitors at Its Website Florida Class Action

This class action brings suit against WebMD, LLC alleging violations of the Florida Security of Communications Act (FSCA). The complaint alleges that WebMD uses session replay software to intercept the electronic communications of visitors to its website. The software allows it to track visitors’ interactions with the website, including mouse movements and clicks, information  Read more

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Playboy Website Uses Software to Track Visitors Florida Class Action

This class action brings suit against Playboy Enterprises, Inc. for the interception of electronic communications, under the Florida Security of Communications Act (FSCA). The complaint alleges that Playboy uses “session replay” software that allow it to record visitors’ interactions with the website, including mouse movements and clicks, information entered, and content viewed. The complaint says  Read more

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NortonLifeLock Using Visitors’ Moves at Its Website Florida Class Action

This class action brings suit against NortonLifeLock, Inc. under the Florida Security of Communications Act (FSCA). The complaint claims that the company uses “session replay” software that allows NortonLifeLock to intercept the electronic communications of visitors to its website, and later to track, record, and replay their interactions with the website. The complaint alleges, “Such  Read more

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Home Depot Using Visitors’ Actions at Its Website Florida Class Action

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  Read more

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T-Mobile Using Visitors’ Communications at Its Website Florida Class Action

This class action brings suit against T-Mobile USA, Inc. under the Florida Security of Communications Act (FSCA). The complaint claims that the company uses “session replay” software that allows T-Mobile to intercept the electronic communications of visitors to its website, to track, record, and replay their interactions with the website. These include mouse movements, clicks,  Read more

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