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Over 20 Million Customer Accounts Affected by Data Breaches in California; Attorney General Harris Promises Increased Enforcement

Posted in Cybersecurity, Data Breach, Privacy Regulation

Written by Jake Romero, CIPP/US When you think of catastrophic events that take place online and have a devastating effect on millions of people, you probably think of HBO Go crashing during the True Detective finale.  However, California Attorney General Kamala Harris wants to remind you that you should be thinking about data breaches.  New… Continue Reading

California AG Releases Report on 2012 Data Breaches

Posted in Data Breach Notification, Privacy Regulation

Written by Jake Romero If You Care About the Security of Your Online Data or Just Love Charts, This Report is For You Californians are a diverse bunch (as you’ve probably gathered from those commercials with Arnold Schwarzenegger), but apparently there is something that 2.5 million of us all have in common.  California Attorney General… Continue Reading

“Fly Delta” May Get Grounded by California Attorney General

Posted in Class Action Litigation, Privacy Litigation, Privacy Regulation

Written by Evan Nadel and Jake Romero Delta Airlines, Inc. may have to pay fines equal to 20 “excess bag” fees for each user that has downloaded its “Fly Delta” mobile application.  California Attorney General Kamala Harris has filed a complaint against Delta, alleging that Delta has failed to conspicuously post a privacy policy on… Continue Reading

California’s AG Puts Mobile Apps on Notice

Posted in Data Compliance & Security, Privacy Regulation

Written by Jake Romero If a haunted house or trick-or-treating was your scariest experience last week, you must not be one of the 100 mobile application developers who received a notice of non-compliance from California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris.  On October 30, Attorney General Harris’s office announced that letters had been sent to the… Continue Reading