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California Tackles IoT Security with New Bill

The State of California is once again leading the way with trying to keep up with technology and protecting consumers. Senate Bill 327 requires Internet of Things (IoT) developers to implement “reasonable security features” in IoT products, such as baby monitors, televisions, automobiles, home appliances, fitness monitors, home security systems, and the like. This is … Continue Reading

Amended California Privacy Law Sent to Governor for Signature

We have previously reported on the anticipated impact of the new California Privacy Law—the California Consumer Privacy Act (“the Act”) [view related post]. The first amendment to the Act, (most likely be the first of many amendments) recently obtained approval from state lawmakers and is on its way to Governor Jerry Brown for signature. The … Continue Reading

California Enacts “GDPR-Esque” Privacy Law

On June 28, 2018, the California State Legislature passed, and Governor Jerry Brown signed, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, bringing to the United States many of the rights and compliance obligations currently being applied by the European Union through its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Effective January 1, 2020, the Act gives California … Continue Reading
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