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Securus Says No Evidence Of Intent To Record Prison Calls

Law360 (June 12, 2018, 7:47 PM EDT) -- Prison phone operator Securus urged a California federal judge Monday not to issue an “advisory” ruling sought by former inmates and criminal defense attorneys accusing it of illegally recording their conversations, arguing there’s no need to weigh whether calls were intentionally recorded because there’s no evidence they were recorded at all.

The ex-prisoners and attorneys pursuing a proposed class action want a partial summary judgment decision holding that California state privacy law can be violated regardless of whether protected calls were intentionally recorded. Securus Technologies Inc. argued...
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