Navigating California’s Surge in CIPA Cases: How to Safeguard Websites Using Third-Party Tech

California continues to grapple with a significant surge in lawsuits and arbitration demands aimed at businesses operating websites employing technology to monitor online activities. These cases hinge on the California Invasion of Privacy Act (“CIPA”), a pre-internet era law to combat unlawful wiretapping and electronic surveillance that is currently used against modern website technologies. Allegations often assert that businesses with websites frequented by California residents engage in…
By: Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
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