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When it takes effect next month, the CCPA is almost certain to become an immediate spark for litigation.  While requests for access/deletion and individual or threatened claims start to fill in-house legal departments’ inboxes and the practical realities of compliance seize resources, a more fundamental question will need to be answered:  Is the CCPA constitutional?

As privacy and personal data issues continue to be a focus of both legal action and media coverage, privacy policy statements are getting dusted off and reviewed by more eyes.  Imprecise or inaccurate policy statements, themselves, can expose a company to potential liability.  While most of the recent California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) attention has

Two purchasers of Maker’s Mark whisky have sued the company, accusing it of falsely advertising the whisky as “handmade”. The lawsuit, filed as a putative statewide class action in California, alleges that Maker’s Mark “promotes its whisky as being ‘Handmade’ when in fact Defendant’s whisky is manufactured using mechanized and/or automated processes, which involves