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Changes to California’s Privacy Laws: What They Mean for Your Business

Posted in Data Breach Notification, Data Compliance & Security, Privacy Regulation

The federal government may be completely unable to pass laws, but that certainly isn’t the case with the State of California, which has just completed a data privacy hat trick by passing three significant laws addressing a broad subset of data privacy issues. The big question: is your online and/or mobile business ready for the… Continue Reading

#3 in our 2013 Issues Series: Privacy of Mobile Applications

Posted in Data Compliance & Security, Privacy Litigation, Privacy Regulation

As we continue our “new year, new look” series into important privacy issues for 2013, we boldly predict: Regulatory Scrutiny of Data Collection and Use Practices of Mobile Apps Will Increase in 2013 Mobile apps are becoming a ubiquitous part of the everyday technology experience.  But, consumer apprehension over data collection and their personal privacy… 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