Tag Archives: invasion of privacy

Humana’s Quality Assurance Calls Not Exempted From CIPA

On Wednesday, a federal judge in the Central District of California dismissed Humana Pharmacy Inc.’s motion to dismiss a putative class action suit alleging the company illegally recorded telephone calls with customers, finding that the California Invasion of Privacy Act (“CIPA”) does not exempt quality assurance recordings. In its motion to dismiss, Humana argued that CIPA exempts … Continue Reading

Ninth Circuit Revives Privacy Class Action Over ADT Call Recordings

The Ninth Circuit revived a putative class action alleging that ADT Security Services violated the California Invasion of Privacy Act (“CIPA”) by recording the plaintiff’s phone call to the company without consent, remanding the case to allow the plaintiff to file an amended complaint. In a published opinion, the panel wrote that while it agreed … Continue Reading

N.J. Federal Court: Privacy Claim Based on Coerced Access to Employee’s Facebook Posts May Proceed

A federal district court in New Jersey ruled this week that an employer might have invaded an employee’s common-law privacy rights by coercing a co-worker into giving the employer access to the employee’s Facebook profile. The plaintiff, a nurse and paramedic employed by a non-profit hospital service corporation, alleges that her supervisor forced a co-worker … Continue Reading
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