On January 27, 2012, San Francisco Bay Area class action lawyers Keller Grover filed a class action complaint against Hilton Worldwide, Inc. and Hilton Reservations Worldwide, LLC (collectively “Hilton”) alleging that Hilton violated California’s Invasion of Privacy Act by recording all telephone calls made to the telephone number 1-800-HAMPTON without first providing notice to consumers of the practice and without obtaining consumer consent.
The Invasion of Privacy Act protects the privacy rights of Californians by generally prohibiting the monitoring or recording of telephone conversations without first obtaining the consent of all parties to the conversation.
Through the class action lawsuit, Keller Grover consumer lawyers seek to recover damages of $5000.00 for each California resident whose telephone conversation was recorded by Hilton without his or her consent.
A copy of the complaint can be found here
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