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California Attorney General Issues Guidance on Complying with Do-Not-Track

By: Aaron Krowne In 2013, the California Legislature passed AB 370, an addition to California’s path-blazing online consumer privacy protection law in 2003, the California Online Privacy Protection Act (“CalOPPA”).  AB 370 took effect January 1, 2014, and adds new requirements to CalOPPA pertaining to consumers’ use of Do-Not-Track (DNT) signals in their web browsers…
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Who Owns Your Data and What Can They Do With It? Understanding Data Privacy and Information Security in the Cloud

“Cloud” Technology Offers Flexibility, Reduced Costs, Ease of Access to Information, But Presents Security, Privacy and Regulatory Concerns With the recent introduction of Google Drive, cloud computing services are garnering increased attention from entities looking to more efficiently store data. Specifically, using the “cloud” is attractive due to its reduced cost, ease of use, mobility and…
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