Tag Archives: consumer privacy

Ninth Circuit Says Cellphone Calls Do Not Have To Be Confidential To Violate the California Invasion of Privacy Act

The Ninth Circuit recently issued a divided and unpublished opinion in Young v. Hilton Worldwide Inc. et al, which plaintiffs may attempt to use in class action lawsuits against call centers for violations of the California Invasion of Privacy Act (“CIPA”).  We previously reported that in Faulkner v. ADT Security Services Inc., the Ninth Circuit … Continue Reading

Zip Code Cases Alive and Well – Bed Bath & Beyond and Guitar Center Hit with Putative Class Actions

In March, we blogged about Tyler v. Michaels Stores, a recent Massachusetts Supreme Court ruling, holding that zip codes are personally identifiable information and disavowing data mining by zip code. That decision threatened and continues to threaten to bring forth a deluge of data mining litigation against retailers in Massachusetts, much like Pineda v. Williams-Sonoma … Continue Reading
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