Someday, on the corporate balance sheet, there will be an entry which reads, "Information"; for in most cases, the information is more valuable than the hardware which processes it.
Rear Admiral Grace Hopper
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Tag Archives: California Attorney General
We’re back to the problems the California Attorney General is having with constructively addressing privacy issues with mobile apps. As you know, Attorney General took two big actions with respect to those issues. The second big action was the release … Continue reading
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