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California’s Do Not Track Amendments

Effective January 1, 2014, amendments to the California Online Privacy Protection Act (“CalOPPA”) require all commercial websites and online services that collect personally identifiable information (“PII”) to include...more

California's Do Not Track Disclosure Bill

As of January 1, 2014, California law requires operators of websites and online services to publicly disclose how they respond to "do not track" (dnt) signals, though the exact requirements vary depending on whether an entity...more

Website Operators Await Final Guidance Regarding Compliance With California’s “Do-Not-Track” Disclosure Requirements

Even with the publication of draft “best practices” by the California Attorney General (AG), website operators remain uncertain as to their obligations under the new do-not-track disclosure requirements of the state’s Online...more

On the Second Day of Privacy, California Gave to Me……

Well, the headlines don’t exactly work with the traditional tune, but blame the editor for that... 2013 was a busy year for California. We passed a budget with a surplus, let Kim and Kanye get engaged in one of our...more

Are You Ready For California’s “Do Not Track” Requirements?

Over the last several months, California has passed several new privacy and data protection laws that impact operators of websites, online services and mobile applications around the country, including a law establishing an...more

The Download - November 2013

In this issue: - Senator Markey and Representative Barton Reintroduce Do Not Track Kids Act - House Bipartisan Working Group Continues Discussion on Privacy - Federal Trade Commission Holds Workshop on...more

"Eye on Privacy" Newsletter - November 2013

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...more

California Enacts New Data Privacy Laws

As part of a flurry of new privacy legislation, California Governor Jerry Brown signed two new data privacy bills into law on September 27, 2013: S.B. 46 amending California’s data security breach notification law and A.B....more

California Strengthens Data Privacy and Breach Notification Laws

At the end of September, California passed two new amendments to existing data privacy laws aimed to protect California consumers. The first focuses on the collection of personal information and requires companies engaged in...more

California Enacts First Online Tracking Bill, Expands Breach Notice Requirements

On September 27, California became the first state to enact online tracking legislation, which requires website operators to disclose how they respond to “do not track” signals or other mechanisms that provide consumers a...more

California Enacts New Laws on Data Privacy and Security Issues

The state continues to lead the United States in the data privacy and security field by giving minors an Internet “delete” option and requiring disclosures about “do not track” practices. In September 2013, California...more

California Enacts Several Pieces of New Privacy Legislation

California is continuing to blaze new trails in the area of online data privacy. Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed into law several new pieces of privacy legislation. The new laws affect all operators of commercial Web sites...more

Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - October 2013

In This Issue: - Recent Changes to California Privacy Law Have Nationwide Implications - The FTC Brings Its First Enforcement Action Against the ‘Internet of Things’ - Fifth Circuit Ruling Provides New...more

California Update: What Can Brown Do for You? What You Need to Know About the Two Data Privacy Bills Headed to the Desk of...

Two data privacy bills, Assembly Bill 370 and Senate Bill 568 have been sent to California Governor Jerry Brown for signature. As we previously reported, A.B. 370 would require commercial websites or online services that...more

“Do Not Track” Comes to CalOPPA

California’s AB 370, if signed by Gov. Jerry Brown, would be the first piece of legislation in the world directly addressing “do not track” (“DNT”) to become law. It has passed both houses of the California Legislature and...more

Taming the Wild West: FTC Report Urges Mobile App Industry to Adopt Strong Privacy Measures

App providers and developers are in the hot seat again. On the same day that the FTC fined the social networking app Path $800,000 over allegations that it collected personal information without obtaining consumers’ consent,...more

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