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Other States Take Note: California State Assembly Passes AB 2273Sep 15, 2022
The California assembly recently passed a comprehensive age-appropriate privacy legislation– the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act, also known as AB 2273. If approved by Governor Newsom, the Act would require businesses that “provide online services, products, or features that are likely to be accessed by children” to increase their level of privacy and safety protections.Read More
Move over HIPAA–Say Hello to GIPAJan 25, 2022
A new set of California privacy laws expands the definition of personal information to include genetic data. If it’s January, that must mean new privacy laws passed in 2021 are coming online. California – the nation’s leader in state-issued privacy legislation – has a new data privacy law on the books. SB 41, also known as the Genetic Information Privacy Act, or GIPA, went into effect on January 1, 2022. Learn more about what this means.Read More
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