Infographic: The California Consumer Privacy Act
Washington State Appears Next in Line for Comprehensive Privacy Legislation
Dissecting California’s Privacy Legislation and What It Means for You
On June 28, 2018, Governor Brown signed into law the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the nation’s strictest consumer privacy and data protection legislation.
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The California state legislature wrapped up the 2017–2018 legislative session with a consensus privacy measure ...
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Manatt’s Tom McMorrow, a partner in the firm’s government and regulatory practice, was quoted by American ...
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By a vote of 46-1, the state Senate passed the Washington Privacy Act (WPA), which would provide consumers in the state with the right to learn what data is collected about them and whether the information is sold to outside companies.
Answering the call of the California attorney general (AG), ad industry groups are voicing their concerns about the forthcoming California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), set to take effect in 2020.