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Does Your Website Privacy Policy Need Some Love?

Everyone does it, especially startups. You need a privacy policy for your website, and your legal budget is limited. Hop onto Facebook (or Google, or Amazon) — cut, paste and voilà! — your startup has a shiny new privacy...more

New Delaware Act Requires Online Privacy Policy for Websites

A new privacy law requires companies to make specific statements about what information is collected on its website. Like California, it also requires that companies state in writing whether they respect “Do Not Track”...more

Spring Cleaning in the Winter?

Winter is as good a time as any other for some spring cleaning when it comes to data privacy. In this case, the task is dusting off the privacy policies that you probably had drafted a while ago and probably have not looked...more

California Attorney General Issues Privacy Practices Guide

Consumers that have spent more than a few seconds attempting to decipher an online privacy policy tend to agree that most privacy policies are overly long, difficult to read, and fail to offer any meaningful choice to the...more

Socially Aware - Volume 5, Issue 4 - July 2014

In This Issue: - European Court of Justice Strengthens the Right to Be Forgotten - California AG Offers Best Practices for Do Not Track Disclosures; Crucial Compliance Questions Left Unanswered - Snap...more

California Attorney General Issues Privacy Policy Guide

On May 21, 2014, California's Attorney General Kamala D. Harris issued the "Making Your Privacy Practices Public" guide (the "Guide") to provide businesses with guidance on creating more transparent privacy policies that...more

California AG Provides Important Guidance on Do-Not-Track Legislation and Disclosures

On May 21, 2014, the California Attorney General, Kamala Harris, released guidelines entitled "Making Your Privacy Policy Public"[1] to help websites and mobile app operators comply with their obligations to disclose...more

Developing a Meaningful Privacy Policy

In May 2014, California’s Attorney General Kamala Harris released recommendations for businesses addressing recent changes and best practices under California’s privacy laws. The guide is entitled “Making Your Privacy...more

Making Privacy Practices Public: the California Attorney General’s New Guidelines Keep the Focus on the Consumer’s Perspective and...

In 2013, the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) was amended to require web sites and other online services to make additional privacy policy disclosures related to online tracking transparency. Within the...more

California Attorney General Provides Guidance for Complying with New Do Not Track Requirements

Kamala Harris, the California Attorney General, recently released guidance for complying with California's new Do Not Track requirements which took effect January 1, 2014....more

The California AG’s New Guide on CalOPPA – A Summary for Privacy Pros

Last week, the California Attorney General’s Office (AGO) released a series of recommendations entitled Making Your Privacy Practices Public (Guide) designed to help companies meet the requirements of California’s Online...more

California's New How-to Guide for Privacy Policies

On Wednesday, the Attorney General of California released a new privacy guide, titled Making Your Privacy Practices Public. The guide doesn’t purport to be a restatement of California law (or other law) and expressly...more

California Attorney General Issues Guidance on Do Not Track

In 2013, the California Legislature passed a tracking transparency bill, AB 370, which amended the California Online Privacy Protection Act (“CalOPPA”). AB 370 requires commercial website operators to inform users of how they...more

California Attorney General Releases Privacy Policy Guidance for 'Do Not Track' Disclosures

California Attorney General Kamala Harris recently released guidance, Making Your Privacy Practice Public, to help companies comply with the California Online Privacy Protection Act's (CalOPPA) "Do Not Track" (DNT) disclosure...more

California Attorney General Issues Recommendations for Privacy Policies and Do Not Track Disclosures

On May 21, 2014, the California Attorney General, Kamala D. Harris, issued her long-awaited guidance for complying with the California Online Privacy Protection Act (“CalOPPA”). “Making Your Privacy Practices Public,”...more

California “Do Not Track” Law Requires Consumer Companies to Re-Examine Website Practices and Privacy Policies

On January 1, 2014, California’s Online Privacy Protection Act was updated to include changes that will impact nearly every US business managing a commercial website that collects consumer personally identifiable...more

Socially Aware - Volume 5, Issue 1 - January/February 2014

In This Issue: FFIEC Issues Final Guidance on Social Media Usage by Financial Institutions; Uncovering a Line in the Sand: Employee Social Media Use and the NLRA; Website Operators Await Final Guidance Regarding...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

California says you can track online, but you can't hide your tracking

California law will soon require website and mobile app operators to disclose additional information in their privacy policies. Because the law applies to operators of websites and online services (including mobile apps) that...more

To Track or Not to Track

Digital advertising based on tracking users’ interests and related privacy concerns have been the subject of many recent news articles. What does this mean for businesses? Evolving industry practices and new legislation...more

Does California’s Amended Online Privacy Law Mean We All Have To Change Our Privacy Policies?

When it comes to privacy policies, I usually tell clients they need to comply with California law. Beginning January 1, 2014, California is adding a new wrinkle we all need to consider....more

California Internet Privacy Bill Signed by Governor, Effective Jan. 1

On Friday, September 27, 2013, California Governor Edmund G. Brown signed Assembly Bill 370, a bill that amends the Business & Professions Code § 22575 to require an operator of a commercial Internet website or online service...more

California Enacts Law Requiring "Do Not Track" Disclosures

California, which has historically been at the forefront of consumer online privacy, has once again stepped ahead of other states and the federal government, enacting an amendment to the state's current online privacy law,...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

“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

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