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Last month, a federal appellate panel revived claims that ad-tech company NaviStone violated a Pennsylvania wiretap law by allegedly tracking users who visited online retail sites. Since then, at least 10 new lawsuits with similar allegations have been filed against other web companies — including online pet store Chewy.com, travel service Expedia, and real estate company Zillow.com — NaviStone’s lawyers said in papers filed Friday with the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals.
In a letter filed Friday with the appellate court, NaviStone’s lawyers write that the new cases “illustrate that the panel’s decision effectively renders any company with a website accessible in Pennsylvania” subject to a lawsuit alleging violations of the state’s wiretap law.
NaviStone is calling attention to the new cases to bolster its request that the 3rd Circuit reconsider its recent ruling.
more detail at: https://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/378076/ruling-against-ad-tech-company-spurs-new-lawsuits.html