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Privacy Law in Review

CLA’s Privacy Law Section summarizes important developments in California privacy and beyond.  Privacy Law Section Year-End Review By Jeewon Serrato We are excited to announce the six (6) new Executive Committee members who will be  joining the current Executive Committee to serve the CLA Privacy Law Section, 2021-2022.  The full list of the current members and new members is listed below.  The 2021-2022 term will begin after the CLA Annual Meeting.  I had he privilege of serving as Chair this… Read more
On August 17, 2021, a criminal cyberattack hit T-Mobile and compromised the personal information held by the communications carrier of more than 50 million. Read more
Section 999.315, subsection a, of the CCPA provides that businesses are required to provide consumers with two or more methods for submitting opt-out requests (for example, Do Not Sell My PI link; toll free phone number; designated email address; in person form; mail in form; user-enabled global privacy controls, such as browser plug-ins or privacy settings; device settings; or a mechanism that communicates or signal’s the consumer’s opt out choice). Read more
In honor of the anniversary of its enforcement of CCPA, the OAG also announced a new Consumer Privacy Interactive Tool that allows consumers to draft notices to businesses that do not post an easy-to-find “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link on their website. Read more
This July, California Office of the Attorney General (OAG) rolled out three major updates to its CCPA webpage to mark the one-year anniversary of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)’s July 1, 2020 statutory date of enforcement. First, OAG released a summary of sample enforcement actions to date, which provides helpful guidance about how the office is interpreting the statute. Read more
A growing number of federal courts have held that the attorney-client privilege and work-product doctrine do not apply to forensic reports and related communications created in data breach litigation. Read more
July was a big month in California privacy thanks to the Office of the Attorney General’s publication of new information about its CCPA enforcement efforts, its support for an evolving global privacy control standard, and the introduction of a consumer tool to flag possible CCPA violations. We summarize these developments for you. We also highlight another case that rejects attempts to maintain the privileged status of forensic reports created in the wake of cybersecurity attacks. Read more
CLA’s Privacy Law Section summarizes important developments in California privacy and beyond. Read more
CLA’s Privacy Law Section summarizes important developments in California privacy and beyond. Read more
CLA’s Privacy Law Section summarizes important developments in California privacy and beyond. Read more

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