Pen. Code 632 and 632.7 prohibit the recording of any part of a confidential telephone communication without consent of all parties.  This decision holds that Yelp’s recording only of its own sales persons’ words with the sales person’s violates these statutes when the other party to the call, whose words were not recorded gave no consent to the recording.  It also holds that Voice over Internet Protocol phones are not, ipso facto, exempt from Pen. Code 632.7; rather, further factual development is required to determine whether the particular VoIP equipment Yelp used was a landline, cordless or cell phone subject to that section.