Aug 172022
 
 August 17, 2022  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Online, U.S.

Samantha Hawkins reports:

Harriet Carter Gifts Inc. and NaviStone Inc. once again face liability for tracking consumer activity on Harriet Carter’s website, after the Third Circuit held Tuesday that the tracking might have violated Pennsylvania’s electronic surveillance law.

Ashley Popa sued Harriet Carter after learning that marketing service NaviStone tracked her activities across the store’s website while she browsed for pet stairs.

Read more at Bloomberg Law (sub. req.)

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