Lululemon Website “Wiretapping” of Visitors’ Sessions California Class Action

California has its own California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA). This class action brings suit under this law against Lululemon USA, Inc. and Quantum Metric, Inc. (QM) for the “wiretapping” of visitors to the Lululemon website. The complaint alleges that code entered into the website by Quantum Metric allows the companies to “secretly observe and  Read more

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A Place for Mom Wiretapping Allegations Florida Class Action

A Place for Mom, Inc. is a for-profit service that refers people to places that offer care for senior citizens, such nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and so on. When prospective customers call this business, the complaint alleges, calls are recorded, but only the first such call carries a warning of this. Other calls, the  Read more

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Found Health, FullStory Website Wiretapping California Class Action

Wiretapping used to mean, primarily, listening in on telephone conversations. Now it has a new meaning: tracking a website visitor’s keystrokes, mouse movements, and so on, along with identifying the visitor when possible. The complaint for this class action alleges that FullStory, Inc. performed such wiretapping services at a website for Found Health, Inc. (FHI),  Read more

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Google Interception of Consumer Info on Mobile Apps Class Action

“Google is a voyeur extraordinaire[,]” says the second line of the complaint for this class action. It alleges that Google illegally intercepts private activity on mobile apps which it then uses for its own profit. The complaint brings suit against Google, LLC and its parent company Alphabet, Inc.  Read more

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Jornaya Recording of Keystrokes California Class Action

California residents have a right to privacy. The State Legislature passed the California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA) in 1967, and the California Penal Code forbids the recording or wiretapping of communications without the consent of all parties. However, the complaint for this class action alleges Lead Intelligence, Inc., which does business as Jornaya, records  Read more

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ActiveProspect Recording of Keystrokes California Class Action

California’a State Legislature passed the California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA) in 1967. The California Penal Code forbids the recording or wiretapping of communications without the consent of all parties to the communication. However, the complaint for this class action alleges ActiveProspect, Inc. records consumers’ keystrokes as they enter information on websites, without the notice  Read more

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UPMC Websites Send Patient Info to Third Parties Pennsylvania Class Action

UPMC owns and operates health care properties in Pennsylvania. It also operates online sites and encourages patients to participate in them. However, the complaint for this class action alleges that UPMC uses these sites to share patient information with other parties, thus breaching patient confidentiality and violating wiretapping laws, among other things.  Read more

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