Privacy and Information Security

California is not the only state focused on privacy.  The New Jersey Attorney General’s Office recently emphasized how the Office is prioritizing its enforcement of such issues. Over its first year, the newly-created Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Section within the New Jersey Division of Law has initiated its own actions and joined several multi-state investigations. 

On another new episode of the Ad Law Access PodcastAlysa Hutnik starts at the beginning and explains a few of the issues you need to think about before starting a telemarketing texting campaign.

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On a new episode of the Ad Law Access PodcastAlysa Hutnik provides an update to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) including discussion of the amendments, the draft regulations, and she touches on some of the classification issues.

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In exactly two months, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect. Many businesses are devoting resources to timely comply, but between the late rollout of the Attorney General’s draft regulations, recent amendments to the law, and a lack of consensus in the industry on interpretation of key CCPA terms, tackling compliance can be

FTC Commissioners Rebecca Kelly Slaughter and Christine S. Wilson recently sat down with Cameron Kerry at the Brookings Institution to discuss the FTC’s role in privacy. Although the Commissioners did not agree on everything, both identified the FTC as the best agency to enforce privacy wrongs. The Commissioners also shared their views on issues such

With the new CCPA draft regulations out, you may be wondering—how can I comment?  What are the deadlines?  When will the draft regulations be finalized and go into effect?  This blog post summarizes the process and timing for the CCPA proposed regulations.  Businesses should consider filing comments to provide the Attorney General’s Office with insights

On Friday, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed seven legislative proposals to amend the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), marking the end of a nearly-yearlong process to make changes to the new privacy law before it goes into effect on January 1st.  The next opportunity to amend the CCPA will be in the 2020

On Thursday, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra released draft regulations implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The regulations provide the first glimpse into how the Attorney General interprets the sprawling law, which is slated to go into effect on January 1.

The new regulations cover seven topics:

  1. Notices to Consumers: The draft regulations clarify

On a new episode of the Ad Law Access PodcastAlex Schneider discusses the amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) the California legislature voted to send to the California governor’s desk.

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Last week, the California legislature voted to send five amendments to the CCPA to the California governor’s desk.  The amendments include a one-year exemption for access and deletion rights to employee data and B2B communications; a provision exempting online-only businesses from operating a toll-free number to accept consumer requests; and a new mandate for data