Tag: CCPA

Coast to Coast and Back Again – Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Rules

March 2020 will long be remembered as the month and year of en masse shutdowns.  But the pandemic has done little if anything to slow new cybersecurity and data privacy laws.  As highlighted below, regulations for one have been submitted (CA), another has gone into effect (NY), and yet another has been proposed (CA). California … Continue Reading

CCPA Is Here – Is Your Security “Reasonable”?

Under the California Consumer Privacy Act, any California consumer whose personal information is compromised “as a result of the business’ violation of the duty to implement and maintain reasonable security procedures and practices … may institute a civil action.”[1] Consumers can initiate this private right of action right now, whereas other consumer rights can only … Continue Reading

CCPA is Here – Are Your Agreements Ready?

On January 1, 2020, if your company sells goods or services to California consumers and meets certain criteria,[1] the agreements you have with companies that handle personal information on your behalf should be analyzed and, if necessary, updated just as your privacy notices should be updated.[2] Examples of companies that handle personal information on a … Continue Reading

Is your organization ready for global privacy regulations?

The Internet Society’s Online Trust Alliance (OTA) released a report this week that measured 1200 U.S.-based organizations’ readiness for three major global privacy regulations: the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union,  the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in the United States that goes into effect January 1, 2020, and the Personal Information … Continue Reading

CCPA is Coming – Is Your Business Prepared For The Data Requests & Lawsuits?

Does your business collect personal information from residents in California? Does it monitor user activity on its website? If so, there is a good chance it will need to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), which takes effect January 1, 2020. Following the European Union’s implementation of GDPR, California adopted the CCPA, which … Continue Reading

The Senate Commerce Committee held a second hearing on consumer data privacy, this time with privacy advocates

This past Wednesday, the Senate Commerce Committee held another hearing on consumer data privacy, this time giving voice to prominent privacy advocates. Previous testimony in September from leading technology businesses focused on concerns with the complexity of having to comply with a patchwork of different state privacy regulations, broad definitions of “personal information” in the … Continue Reading
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