California legislators this month gave new meaning to the phrase “I’ll be back,” when Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that broadens California’s seminal data breach notification law.  Previous versions of the bill had been thrice vetoed by former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.  SB 24, which goes into effect January 1, 2012, requires any entity that notifies more than 500 California residents of a breach to submit a copy of the notification to the state attorney general.  It also mandates that data breach notifications contain particular content, such as the date of the breach and a list of the personal information compromised in the breach.