Recording Calls Without Consent
California has more consumer protection laws than many states, including the California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA). The complaint for this class action alleges that GC Services, LP violated CIPA in recording calls with consumers without giving them a warning or getting their consent.
California has strong privacy laws in its California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA) which forbids the recording of calls without the consent of all parties to the call. The complaint for this class action alleges that Southwest Airlines Co. violates the law by regularly recording calls to and from its Rapid Rewards number.
Parcel Pending, Inc. is settling a class action regarding its calls to consumers in California. The complaint alleged that the company had violated California’s privacy laws, which forbid the recording of calls involving at least one wireless party without the consent to all parties to the call.
California passed its Invasion of Privacy (CIPA) law in 1967. In its current version, among other things, it forbids the intentional recording of all communications involving cellular and cordless telephones, whether they are confidential or not. The consent of both parties to such a call must be obtained before a call can be legally recorded. The complaint for this class action alleges that American Medical Response, Inc. (AMR) recorded calls with consumers without first getting their permission.
This settlement resolves a class action against Concesionaria Vuela Compañía de Aviación, SAPI de CV, also known as Volaris, and Controladora Vuela Compañía de Aviación, SAB de CV. The complaint alleged that the companies violated California’s privacy laws by recording, without notice or permission, calls that consumers made to their toll-free numbers.
California has an Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA) to protect the interests of its citizens. Among its provisions are prohibitions against recording telephone calls unless both parties to the call agree to it. The complaint for this class action claims that Payment Management Services USA, LLC violated this law in recording conversations with consumers without permission.
Cedars Business Services, LLC does business as Cedar Financial, and it is settling a class action alleging that it recorded calls to cell phones in California without first telling the other party that the call was being recorded. The complaint claims that this practice violates California privacy laws.
California’s privacy laws prohibit the recording of calls to cell phones without giving proper notice that the call will be recorded. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC is settling a class action alleging it did just that—placed calls to cell phones and recorded them without notice or consent.
Twilio, Inc., a cloud communications service company, is settling a call- and text-recording class action for $10 million. Twilio provides cloud communications services, including for customers Handy, Homejoy, and Trulia.
California passed its California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA) as long ago as 1967. The complaint for this class action brings suit under this law alleging that Sequium Asset Solutions, LLC recorded telephone conversations with consumers without authorization or permission from the consumers.