Category Archives: Legislation

The Road to Hell is paved with Good Intentions – California is at It Again

Once again California has taken a leadership role in addressing privacy issues by making things worse. One of the top problems we have with fixing privacy law in the world is the compulsion of states, nations and super-national groups to … Continue reading

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California Privacy Legislation – Not Happening

In an earlier post we discussed how, with respect to privacy issues, the quality of work in the California legislature seems to be much better than the work of the California Attorney General. Alas, the completion of the California legislature’s … Continue reading

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California Legislator Proposes Revision to Law Regarding Personal Information – Does Better Work than the California Attorney General

  The proposed legislation is Assembly Bill No. 1291, which was introduced by Assembly Member Lowenthal on February 22, 2013.  If passed, the bill would replace some existing privacy related law. Specifically, the bill would expand current reporting requirements for … Continue reading

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