Tag Archives: California Consumer Privacy Act

California Amends California Consumer Privacy Act

In June of this year, California passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) giving California residents specific rights related to their online privacy, similar to those proscribed by GDPR. The law was passed hastily to avoid a stricter ballot measure on the subject, but Governor Brown recently signed a bill amending the law. Many of … Continue Reading

California Passes Bill Requiring Reasonable Security Features for Connected Devices

Yesterday, the California legislature passed SB-327, a bill intended to regulate the security of internet-connected devices.  Unlike the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), SB-327 is significantly more narrow.  As enacted, the bill is a “lighter” version of what was first introduced and amended in 2017 (which, at that time, would have included certain disclosure and … Continue Reading

SADDLE UP AMERICA: California Aims to Pass its Own GDPR Law

Just when you think you’ve tackled the Wild, Wild West of GDPR and privacy compliance, California decides to mix it all up again. This November 6th, California voters will decide on the California Consumer Privacy Act (“Act”), a statewide ballot proposition intended to give California consumers more “rights” with respect to personal information (“PII”) collected … Continue Reading
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