California is more proactive than most states in protecting its citizens’ privacy, partly through its Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA). The complaint for this class action alleges that Purity Products International violated that law when it recorded a call placed to it by plaintiff Richard Wuest. Wuest called Purity to order one of its products after hearing a radio ad, and at no time, the complaint alleges, did the representative inform Wuest that he would be monitored or recorded, and Wuest contends that he was not aware of being recorded. However, later that day, Wuest did some Internet research on Purity, the complaint claims, then called the company back and asked if Purity recorded calls. According to the complaint, the person he spoke to told him that all calls were recorded.