Heidi Groover reports:
A tracking tool used on Zillow’s website violates the privacy rights of the tens of thousands of prospective homebuyers and sellers who use the site, a new lawsuit alleges.
The complaint filed Monday in federal court challenges Seattle-based Zillow’s use of session-replay code, a common technology that allows websites to record and replay users’ interactions with the site to learn how they use it.
Read more at The Chronicle.
h/t, Joe Cadillic