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CCPA Regs: “This is the meat on the bones….”

For our readers who are following and interested in CCPA developments (and what advertiser is not!?), please see today’s post in the Data Privacy Monitor summarizing the hot off the presses proposed implementation regulations.  The draft regs, announced via press conference today,  provide more detail on key topics of concern including what notices are required … Continue Reading

California’s Law Regulating Online Bots, Effective July 1, 2019

California’s new “bot” law, Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17940, et seq. (SB 1001) takes effect on July 1, 2019.  This means that any company or individual that uses bots online for solicitations of commercial transactions or to influence a vote in an election should ensure appropriate “clear, conspicuous, and reasonably designated” disclosures are … Continue Reading

Ad and Publishing Industries Confront CCPA Challenges While Congress Considers Privacy

The junior Senator from Missouri, Joshua Hawley (R), has introduced s 1578, which would require the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to create and make available a “do not track” (DNT) signal that consumers can associate with their devices and require that online services look for the signal and, when indicated, not collect, use or share … Continue Reading

To Ensure a Complete Release, Address California’s New Section 1542

Civil Code Sections 1541 and 1542, California laws that govern the extinguishment of certain obligations, were recently amended by Senate Bill No. 1431. The subtle amendments made to these code sections not only impact ordinary settlement agreements but also impact a variety of other releases that intend to be a complete release of all potential … Continue Reading
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