Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - November 2013

In This Issue:

- New California Law Gives Minors New Privacy Rights

- Obtaining Consent to Use Cookies in the EU – New Guidance Issued

- The US-EU Safe Harbor: Not So Safe Anymore?

- Excerpt from New California Law Gives Minors New Privacy Rights:

California continues to lead the country in enacting laws that are designed to enhance individual privacy. Pursuant to a recently enacted law (S.B. 568), starting on January 1, 2015, websites and other online or mobile services and applications (Web Properties) that are (a) directed at California residents under 18 years of age (Minors) or (b) that are operating with actual knowledge that one or more Minors are visiting or otherwise using the Web Property must provide these Minors with the following protections...

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