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Walmart Challenges Shoppers' Self-Checkout Video Suit

Law360 (July 10, 2018, 9:14 PM EDT) -- Walmart asked a California federal court Monday to toss a suit brought by a proposed class of consumers claiming video cameras that record customers’ faces during self-checkout violate state privacy law, arguing that a person’s “personal likeness” does not constitute “personal identification information.”

In its motion to dismiss Joseph Carlos Valesquez’s claims, which were filed in state court in April and landed in federal court in May, Walmart Inc. also argues that the section he’s pleading under the Song-Beverly Credit Card Act does not apply to...
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