Zimmerman Reed is investigating allegations that certain companies secretly recorded the activity of individuals who access their websites. This conduct may violate state wiretapping laws and entitle website visitors to statutory damages up to $1,000 in some states.
Certain companies allegedly use software programs to record website visitors’ activity while on their sites, regardless of whether the visitor ever clicks or submits anything and without the visitor’s consent. This includes information that the user may not want anyone to know, such as information typed but not clicked for submission.
If you visited the websites of any of the following companies, we would be interested in discussing your experience. You may have a claim against these companies for violations of state wiretapping laws: