California Consumer Privacy Act

Following the Sephora and DoorDash enforcement actions, on June 18, 2024, the California Attorney General announced its third California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) enforcement action against Tilting Point Media LLC. Tilting Point is a mobile video game developer, including children’s games. The California AG alleged that Tilting Point collected and shared children’s data without parental

Last month, Nebraska passed the Nebraska Data Privacy Act (NDPA), making it the latest state to enact comprehensive privacy legislation. Nebraska joins California, Virginia, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, Iowa, Indiana, Tennessee, Montana, Oregon, Texas, Florida, Delaware, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Kentucky, and Maryland. The law will take effect on January 1, 2025.

The NDPA applies to

Future LLC, a magazine and website publisher and owner of the TechRadar.com website, faces allegations that it collected website visitors’ IP addresses without consent in violation of the California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA). The class action complaint alleges that the TechRadar website launched three trackers -the TripleLift Tracker, GumGum Tracker, and Audiencerate Tracker –

DoorDash, Inc. recently settled with the California Attorney General for alleged violations of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA). This is only the second public settlement with the California AG’s office for claims related to CCPA violations (the first was with Sephora in 2022).

The AG’s complaint

The California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) recently issued an enforcement advisory encouraging covered businesses to focus on their data minimization obligations related to consumer requests under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The advisory categorizes data minimization as a “foundational principle” of the CCPA and reflects the reasons why businesses will apply this principle for

The California Privacy Protection Agency’s (CPPA) highly anticipated regulations for automated decision-making technology and risk assessment requirements are likely far from final. The CPPA met at the beginning of the month but did not come to a consensus on what the final regulations should look like.

The CPPA’s vote was expected to be procedural but

Last week, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced a new enforcement focus on streaming apps’ failure to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). This investigation will examine whether streaming services are complying with the opt-out requirements for businesses that sell or share consumers’ personal information as required by the CCPA. Specifically, the agency

Last week, the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) launched a new website dedicated to providing resources to California residents about their privacy rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The purpose of this new website is to serve as a central resource for residents to understand their rights and the actions that they can

Similar to the well-known California Consumer Privacy Act, on July 1, 2024, the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) goes into effect and will provide Colorado residents with express rights over their data collected by businesses. The CPA requires businesses to provide consumers with an option to opt-out of the sale of their personal information or sharing