Sep 302015
 September 30, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Court, U.S., Workplace

Mary Shanklin reports:

A Texas woman has filed a lawsuit against SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Inc., the Orlando Sentinel and several other defendants for disseminating what she claims is a wiretapped phone conversation.

The complaint filed in Orange County, Texas, states that SeaWorld in 2010 purchased a video recording of a “personal and sensitive” phone conversation between the unidentified Texas woman and her lifelong friend John Hargrove.

At the time, Hargrove was a SeaWorld employee.

Read more on Orlando Sentinel.

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