In recent years, data privacy laws have often served as springboards for waves of wiretapping claims being brought across the country. And the latest to spur a series of lawsuits is the California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA).

Of course, wiretapping doesn’t quite look like it did when the CIPA was first passed. Long gone are hidden tape recorders, which have now been replaced by mouse movements trackers and recorded conversations with chatbots.

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