An interesting article by Tal Kopan Feb in the San Francisco Chronicle:
“Under California’s law, which takes effect next year, web users can demand that a business tell them what personal information it is collecting about them and whether it is selling or sharing it, and if so to whom. Consumers can also demand that a company delete their information. The law will allow people to sue companies whose negligence leads to breaches of personal data.”
There’s more at https://www.sfchronicle.com/politics/article/California-law-could-be-Congress-model-for-13604213.php.
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Categories: Legal Affairs, Online Privacy & Security
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