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Recording Telephone Calls Without Consent

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The complaint for this class action alleges that Avvo, Inc. records telephone calls with consumers without their consent. This would violate the California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA). 

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Eddie Bauer is settling a class action claiming it violated California’s privacy laws by recording conversations with customers without their consent. 

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FRHI Hotels & Resorts (Canada) has agreed to settle a class action alleging that it violated California laws by recording calls made to it by consumers without first obtaining the consumers’ consent. (FRHI was responsible for answering calls made to the Fairmont Hotels and Resorts.) 

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This settlement resolves a class action that alleges that Synchrony Bank violated California privacy laws that forbid the recording of telephone calls without the consent of all parties to the call.

This agreement settles three California class actions alleging that HSBC Card Services, Inc. and HSBC Technology & Services (USA), Inc. violated CIPA by recording or monitoring telephone calls to cardholders without the cardholders’ consent. 

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This lawsuit claims that TELUS illegally recorded conversations with plaintiffs and consumers without proper notification or warning.

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Blu Products, Inc. used firmware from Shanghai Adups Technology Co. on their phones to continuously capture and transmit the owners’ text messages, personal contacts, call logs, physical locations, and other confidential data to servers in China.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Cabela’s Wholesale, Inc. (“Cabela’s") violated California laws that prohibit the recording of telephone calls without notice to or consent of callers. 

This lawsuit alleges that Six Continents Hotels in California has allegedly monitored and recorded incoming calls without notifying callers, against California state law. Callers who spoke to a Six Continents Hotels representative on a toll-free number between March 1, 2011 and July 18, 2012 could be entitled to a cash payment from the class action settlement.