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... 35 The states of Arkansas, Alabama, California, Delaware, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, and Washington and the District of Columbia are among the jurisdictions that recognize a common law right to privacy. However, New York492 and Virginia493 do not recognize a common law right to privacy.494 Some courts have adopted the Restatement of Torts (Second)
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... 36 media."501 For a claim to be actionable, the disclosure must have revealed, for instance, "‘unpleasant or disgraceful or humiliating illnesses' or ‘hidden physical or psychiatric problems.'"502 In Yunker v. Pandora Media, Inc.,503 the court dismissed plaintiff's claims for public disclosure of private facts and intrusion upon seclusion, discussed below, because Pandora's disclosure or use of his PII was not "offensive or objectionable to a reasonable person or highly offensive."504 In Lake v.

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