Tag: Privacy

No Time to Waste on Fixing Consumer Privacy Law

AB 375 (Chau, Hertzberg), the California Consumer Privacy Act, was passed in late June to avoid a big ballot fight in November over the...
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No Time to Waste on Fixing Consumer Privacy Law

AB 375 (Chau, Hertzberg), the California Consumer Privacy Act, was passed in late June to avoid a big ballot fight in November over the...

CalChamber Outlines Business Concerns with Privacy Bill

CalChamber Policy Advocate Sara Boot details for the Senate Judiciary Committee on June 26 some of the problems the business community has identified with...
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Ripped from the headlines… BOTS

From the #MeToo movement and the Equifax data breach to allegations of Russia meddling in our elections we have seen a virtual tsunami of...

Getting Hacked: Your Business Nightmare Could Turn Into a Trial Attorney’s Dream

Cyber crime is all over the news. Data breaches have become more prevalent as cyber criminals have become more sophisticated and aggressive. Even nation...

CalChamber Welcomes Sarah R. Boot to Policy Team

Sarah R. Boot, an experienced litigator and former senior legislative staffer, joined the California Chamber of Commerce’s policy team on March 26.  As a...

CalChamber Welcomes Litigation Attorney to Policy Team

Litigation attorney Kevin McKinley has joined the California Chamber of Commerce as a policy advocate. He specializes in privacy/technology, telecommunications, economic development, and workers’...

CalChamber Action on Legislation Keeps Balance Between Privacy, Innovation

Earlier this month, the California Chamber of Commerce hosted a timely panel discussion on data security policy at both the federal and state levels. The...

Assembly Committee Passes Government Data Breach Requirements

A California Chamber of Commerce-supported bill that requires government entities to provide protection when personal information is part of a data breach unanimously passed...