Beginning January 1, 2012, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010, or “S.B. 657,” will require retail sellers and manufacturers “doing business” in California to post certain disclosures on their websites. The legislation seeks to improve human rights protections in global supply chains by increasing consumer awareness of human trafficking and slavery in the supply chains of products.
Disclosure Requirements -
The new law requires each company subject to the requirements of S.B. 657 to have a “conspicuous and easily understood link” on its homepage to information as to what extent, if any, it...
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