By  on August 20, 2019

A group of Amazon warehouse workers in California who are suing the e-commerce giant claiming they were denied proper meal and rest breaks will now have to turn in some of their personal phone records for scrutiny.  

A California federal court on Monday granted Amazon’s motion to obtain the workers’ phone records — their personal calls, e-mails, texts sent through messaging apps and activities on social media during their shifts — although they can redact confidential information like phone numbers and the content of messages. The order would apply to the seven named plaintiffs in the suit, and not the broader group of warehouse workers they hope to represent down the road. 

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