Tag Archives: CalOPPA

California Enacts Sweeping Privacy Law to Avert Potential Ballot Measure

In a surprising twist, the California legislature rushed last week to pass one of the most comprehensive privacy laws in the country. The bill was introduced only a week prior, and within hours of passage, it was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. As strict as the act is, it was enacted to avoid … Continue Reading

Delaware Enacts New Online Privacy Laws

Beginning January 1, 2016, the recently-enacted “Delaware Online Privacy and Protection Act”1 (DOPPA) will take effect and will impact all companies with online services used by Delaware residents. DOPPA consists of three separate online privacy laws: (1) a law prohibiting certain types of online marketing or advertising to minors;2 (2) a law requiring commercial websites … Continue Reading

California Amends CalOPPA to Require Do-No-Track Disclosures

California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law A.B. 370,1 which amends the California Online Privacy Protection Act2 (CalOPPA) to require certain operators of websites and other online services to disclose how they respond when a visitor’s web browser sends a “Do Not Track” signal. The bill also requires operators to disclose the data collection practices of … Continue Reading

Delta Wins Dismissal of California AG Mobile App Privacy Action

At a May 9, 2013, hearing, the California Superior Court dismissed the lawsuit that California Attorney General Kamala Harris filed against Delta Airlines in December 2012.1 As reported in the January 2013 issue of Eye on Privacy,2 the state’s lawsuit alleged that the company’s “Fly Delta” mobile application (app) violated the California Online Privacy Protection … Continue Reading
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