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CA Supreme Court Holds That Song-Beverly Does Not Apply To Online Purchases For Electronic Downloads

On Monday, the California Supreme Court, by a slim 4-3 majority, held that California’s Song-Beverly Credit Card Act of 1971 (“Song-Beverly”) does not apply to online purchases in which a product is downloaded electronically, finding that Apple was not liable under the statute for collecting plaintiff Krescent’s telephone number and address in order to complete … Continue Reading

Song-Beverly Act Returns to California Supreme Court

Nearly two years ago, the California Supreme Court held that requesting a customer’s ZIP code in connection with a credit card transaction violated the Song-Beverly Credit Card Act of 1971, a statute that prohibits businesses from recording a customer’s “personal identification information” (“PII”) as a condition of accepting a credit card payment.  On Wednesday, the … Continue Reading
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