Changes to California Breach Notification Laws

Mar 3, 2022

California’s new privacy law, the California Privacy Rights Act﹘CPRA for short﹘doesn’t go into effect until Jan 1 2023, but its implications for the treatment of employee data and its confusing “look back” provision already have a lot of people talking. CPRA isn’t a replacement of the existing California Privacy Protection Action (CPPA), but rather serves to define, modify, and extend the laws on the books. One significant extension is that the older law exempted employee data from many of the requirements applied to “consumer” data and personal information. Learn more in the blog.

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Move over HIPAA–Say Hello to GIPA

Jan 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.

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Infographic: Trends in Changing Data Breach Notification Laws

Mar 2, 2021

The compliance game board is always in flux. Check out this infographic highlighting trends in data breach notification laws to play a winning game.

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Privacy Regulatory Trends: Preparing for CPRA and Beyond

Feb 16, 2021

While CPRA’s expanded privacy rights are great for consumers, the law is likely to complicate the work of privacy teams, especially as other states adopt their own versions of these expansions.

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Privacy Regulatory Trends: Diversity Favors Fragmentation

Feb 5, 2021

A look at the history of privacy regulatory trends confirms it’s wisest to prepare for more complexity, not less.

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