Tag Archives: Class actions

The Weekly Privacy Rewind

Canada Canadian Banks Notify 90,000 Following Breach • Bank of Montreal and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce announced that they were contacted by hackers and informed that nearly 90,000 customers’ personal information was accessed. • The banks will notify customers of the breach and indicate they believe they have fixed the vulnerabilities that led to … Continue Reading

Massachusetts Follows California in Finding Retailers Vulnerable to Suit for Collecting Zip Codes in Credit Card Transactions

Earlier this month, the Massachusetts Supreme Court issued an opinion holding that zip codes “may well qualify” as personally identifiable information under the Massachusetts law controlling the treatment of PII in credit card transactions. The Massachusetts case echoes a 2011 ruling from the California Supreme Court which similarly held zip codes to be PII. Like the earlier California case, the … Continue Reading

Recent Trends in Class Actions for Telephone and Fax Solicitation and Advertising

Authorship Credit: Justin T. Winquist Editor’s Note: This post is a joint submission to BakerHostetler’s Class Action Lawsuit Defense blog. Class actions under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), 47 U.S.C. § 227, continue to be an active trend in consumer and privacy class action litigation. The TCPA, which was historically called the “fax blast” statute, … Continue Reading
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