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SB 46amendment to California’s data breach notification law

USA - October 28 2013 In 2002, California became the first state to enact a data breach notification law, requiring California businesses or businesses that own or license...

Stefano Quintini, Tyler G. Newby, Madeline A. Zamoyski.

SB 568“Privacy Rights for California Minors in the Digital World”the minor “eraser” law

USA - October 28 2013 On January 1, 2015, California's new law entitled "Privacy Rights for California Minors in the Digital World" will go into effect as Cal. Bus. & Prof...

Stefano Quintini, Tyler G. Newby, Madeline A. Zamoyski.

AB 370 Do Not Track amendment to CalOPPA

USA - October 28 2013 The passage of AB 370 marks the first law addressing Do Not Track ("DNT") signals sent from web browsers, even if it does not require advertisers or...

Stefano Quintini, Tyler G. Newby, Madeline A. Zamoyski.

The Stored Communications Act: a statute long overdue for a tuneup

USA - October 26 2011 If you are responsible for implementing and policing company policies to protect stored electronic communications or compliance with government requests to disclose such communications, you no doubt are familiar with the Stored Communications Act, as well as its deficiencies....

Tyler G. Newby.

Pineda v Willliams-Sonoma Stores, Inc: California Supreme Court interprets personal identification information to include ZIP code

USA - February 23 2011 In Pineda v Willliams-Sonoma Stores, Inc, S178241 (Cal Supreme Court, February 10, 2011) (Pineda), the California Supreme Court held that the Song-Beverly Credit Card Act of 1971 (the "Credit Card Act") prohibits businesses from requesting and recording a cardholder's ZIP code as a condition to accepting the credit card as a form of payment, and that a ZIP code constitutes "personal identification information" ("PII") under the Credit Card Act....

Tracy E. Randall.