Yaron Dori

Yaron Dori

Yaron Dori is co-chair of the Communications & Media Practice Group. He practices primarily in the area of telecommunications, privacy and consumer protection law, with an emphasis on strategic planning, policy development, commercial transactions, investigations and enforcement, and overall regulatory compliance. Mr. Dori advises clients on, among other things, federal and state wiretap and electronic storage provisions, including the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA); regulations affecting new technologies such as online behavioral advertising; and the application of federal and state telemarketing, commercial fax, and other consumer protection laws to voice, text and video transmissions sent to wireless devices and alternative distribution platforms. Mr. Dori also has experience advising companies on state medical marketing privacy provisions, and, more broadly, on state attorney general investigations into a range of consumer protection issues.

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Lawsuit Alleges That Self-Checkout Videos Violate the Song-Beverly Act

A class-action lawsuit filed last month alleges that Wal-Mart’s video recording technology at its self-service checkout kiosks collects “personal identification information” in violation of the California Song-Beverly Act Credit Card Act of 1971 (“Song-Beverly Act”).  The Song-Beverly Act, like analogous statutes in several other states, generally prohibits businesses from recording customers’ “personal identification information” as … Continue Reading
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