Feb 262011
 
 February 26, 2011  Posted by  Business, Court

Not surprisingly, the recent court decision in Pineda v. Williams-Sonoma that retailers cannot require and record zip codes during card present transactions has spawned more lawsuits. Here’s one of them:

A class action complaint has been filed against retailer GameStop for allegedly requesting and recording personal information from its customers without their knowledge or consent.

Melissa Arechiga of Alameda County California filed the suit on Wednesday of this week claiming that a GameStop store recorded her name, credit card number, and personal identification information (PII) after purchasing items.

Read more on IGN.

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