California Invasion of Privacy Act

CPW has previously covered the In re Plaid Inc. Privacy Litigation, No. 20-3056 (N.D. Cal.), in light of consumers increasing use of fintech apps to do business, transfer and invest funds, and otherwise manage their finances electronically.  Last month a federal court approved a class action settlement to resolve Plaintiffs’ claims in the consolidated

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New York Biometric Law Goes into Effect Next Month: Alan Friel and Niloufar Massachi Tell Businesses What They Need to Know |

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BREAKING: SCOTUS Slashes Scope of Cybercrime Statute | Consumer Privacy World

Do You Want Fries With That? McDonald’s Customer BIPA Class Action

The California Supreme Court recently issued a significant decision interpreting California’s Invasion of Privacy Act, which may lead to criminal and civil liabilities for intentionally recording phone calls without obtaining the appropriate level of consent.  [Note: for other litigations involving the statute, check out our prior coverage here and here].  This interpretation