In this issue:
- California Amends CalOPPA to Require Do-Not-Track Disclosures
- California’s Social Media “Eraser” Bill Becomes Law
- California Extends Security Breach Notification Requirements to Online Account Credentials
- Breach Notification: Timing Is Everything
- Barnes & Noble Dodges Suit over PIN Pad Data Breach
- Illinois Federal Judge Dismisses Consumers’ Data Collection Suit Against ISP WideOpen West
- Excerpt from: California Amends CalOPPA to Require Do-Not-Track Disclosures:
California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law A.B. 370,1 which amends the California Online Privacy Protection Act2 (CalOPPA) to require certain operators of websites and other online services to disclose how they respond when a visitor’s web browser sends a “Do Not Track” signal. The bill also requires operators to disclose the data collection practices of certain third parties operating on the website or online service. Because this law affects every person or company that operates a website or online service that collects personally identifiable information from California consumers, it impacts companies beyond California’s borders. The law takes effect on January 1, 2014.
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