Staples Privacy Investigation
Lowey Dannenberg is investigating the use of tracking and surveillance technology, including Session Replay software, across many popular websites. Session Replay software is used to monitor visitors’ activity on their websites and share it with third parties. This software poses a privacy risk because it records and shares all of a user’s interactions on those websites, including everything the user clicks, types, enters (e.g., into a form), and hovers over with their mouse.
What Happened and What Was Involved:
Staples is believed to use Session Replay software which tracks and discloses users’ interactions on its website to a third party. Users often have no idea that their private communications and interactions are being intercepted and collected by this software or a third party. Staples’ failure to obtain consent from its website visitors before utilizing this software violates federal and state wiretapping laws and is an invasion of users’ privacy.
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