Tag Archives: COPPA

California Governor Newsom Signs into Law Extension to CCPA Employee Personal Information Exemption, Vetoes Another Privacy Bill

On September 29th, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law AB 1281, an amendment to the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) that would extend the current exemption on employee personal information from most of the CCPA’s protections, until January 1 2022. The exemption on employee personal information was slated to sunset on December 31, 2020.  … Continue Reading

New Jersey Settles Alleged COPPA Violation

In a recent consent order, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs settled an investigation involving Dokogeo, Inc., a California based mobile application developer. Under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”) websites and online services which collect information from children younger than 13 are subject to certain parental notice and consent requirements. In the Dokogeo … Continue Reading

How Do I Track Thee? Let Me Count The Ways.

California law soon may require commercial websites that collect personal data to disclose how they respond to “Do Not Track” signals from Web browsers. AB 370, an amendment to the California Online Privacy Protection Act (Act), which was sponsored by Attorney General Kamala Harris, passed the California Senate and Assembly at the end of August. Governor Jerry … Continue Reading
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