Tag: Privacy

CalChamber Urges Governor to Veto In-Vehicle Camera Disclosures Bill

A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed bill that would significantly hinder the ability of automakers and other technology providers to provide safety technology to consumers...

Climate Change Job Killer Bills: 1 Stopped; 1 Goes to Governor

On the final day of the session, Assembly members heeded the concerns raised by the California Chamber of Commerce and a coalition of more...
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What Supreme Court Ruling on Arbitration and PAGA Means for Employers

In this episode of The Workplace podcast, CalChamber Labor and Employment Vice President Bianca Saad and CalChamber employment law expert Matthew Roberts discuss how...
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Californians Deserve Better Data Privacy Laws, Not More

“As California goes, so too does the rest of the nation.” It is true that this state has long sought to lead the way...
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Privacy Attorney Joins CalChamber Policy Team

Ronak Daylami, an experienced attorney, has joined the California Chamber of Commerce as a policy advocate specializing in privacy issues. She came to the CalChamber...
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Policy Briefing – California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA): Employee Data and Business-to-Business (B2B) Exemptions

Moderated by Ashley Hoffman, CalChamber policy advocate. Speaker: Ronak Daylami, Senior Counsel, Nielsen Merksamer
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The Most Significant Security Breach in History. And It’s Not Over Yet.

On November 24, 2021, Chinese technology giant Alibaba notified Apache Software Foundation of a flaw in its log4j software that has existed for years....
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Privacy in China

China drafted its new privacy legislation, in part, after the European GDPR, in order to better compete against American companies. Modeled primarily after the...
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California’s Privacy Pickle

On January 1, 2023, California will become the only state to make blanket application of consumer data privacy laws to employment information, including human...

Webinar – California Consumer Privacy Act Enforcement Trends

Presented by the California Chamber of Commerce. CalChamber Policy Advocate Shoeb Mohammed moderates as Dominique Shelton Leipzig, Jim Snell, David Biderman and Arsen Kourinian...

Global Privacy Controls Are Subject to The California Administrative Procedure Act

The California Attorney General may have created an underground regulation when it updated the Frequently Asked Questions section of its website to establish a...

Patchwork Privacy Legislation Continues in Colorado

Colorado passed its Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) earlier this month, bringing a familiar but distinct new privacy regime to the growing patchwork of privacy...

The First Privacy Agency

There is never a dull moment in the world of privacy policy. An online presence is fundamental to commerce and entertainment in our society...

Policy Briefing – Consumer Privacy and Innovation

(January 15, 2021) Moderated by Shoeb Mohammed, CalChamber policy advocate, the briefing featured presentations by experts on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the...

What You Need to Know – CCPA Regulations

On August 14, 2020, the Attorney General’s California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Regulations were approved by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) and immediately...

Conversations in Cybersecurity: Foreign Surveillance in America

You’ve seen it in the news. You’ve heard it from your politicians. You’ve listened to your family talk about it at the dinner table....
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CPRA: If You Buy an Elephant, You’ll Also Have to Feed It

Imagine if COVID-19 never happened and I asked you whether California could afford a new multimillion dollar enforcement agency, would you agree? Now imagine...

Amid COVID-19, Businesses Ask Attorney General for More Time to Comply with Unfinished CCPA...

While Californians struggle to shoulder the economic impacts of COVID-19, business owners are being asked to spend money and resources on compliance with new...

Privacy Act Rules: Business Needs More Time to Comply

The California Chamber of Commerce is urging the Attorney General to delay the enforcement date for regulations implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Businesses to Attorney General: “We Need More Time!”

Business owners are growing anxious about the timeline to comply with new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) regulations – for good reason. CCPA requires...