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Nevada Opts Out Before California: A Reminder to Review Website Privacy Statements

The California Consumer Privacy Act takes effect January 1, 2020. Businesses within the scope of the CCPA are taking steps to prepare, including drafting notices to inform California consumers of their right to opt out of the sale of their personal information. However, California will not be the first state to provide a consumer with … Continue Reading

CCPA: Expansive Array of Consumer Rights Imposes Rigorous Compliance Burden

For years now, state laws have required subject organizations to provide notification to affected data subjects and, in some instances, to state agencies, consumer reporting agencies, and the media, when they experience a “breach” of certain categories of information.  And a growing number of states – including California, Colorado, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Texas, and, most … Continue Reading

More Updates to the CCPA May Be Ahead

Ever since the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was enacted in June of 2018 it has been in a constant state of revision.   First, in September of 2018, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 1121, which helped clarify and strengthen the original version of law. Then, in February of 2019, California Attorney General Xavier … Continue Reading

FCC Clarifies Solicited Fax Rule

Just before the tricks and treats began, the FCC issued an order about another tricky practice—junk faxes.  On October 30, 2014, FCC confirmed that all fax ads must contain an opt-out provision and comply with the rules set out in FCC’s 2006 Junk Fax Order.  There is a six-month window for companies to come into … Continue Reading
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