California


What Does CalOPPA Mean for Do Not Track options?

The Attorney General of California has published its report with guidance and recommendations about standards that the State expect website to adopt to further the privacy rights of Californians, and likely others as well.

The Attorney General’s Report (Click here>): Making Your Privacy Practices Public

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California has enacted a new set of standards requiring warrants before search of certain communications and related data under its Electronic Communications Privacy Act or the CalECPA

GENERAL REFERENCE TO CALIFORNIA PRIVACY LAWS

The Attorney General’s web page on Privacy law (Click here>): California Privacy Law

 

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As many await the outcome of the Spokeo case before the U.S. Supreme Court, certain lessons may be drawn from California precedents like In re Adobe Systems, Inc. Privacy Litigation.   

As to Spokeo, here is a link to an an interesting Amicus brief filed by privacy law professors: Amicus.

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