California Voters Can Expose Businesses to New Penalties for Data Privacy and Security Violations

June 2018
Travis Brennan, a shareholder in Stradling's Business Litigation and Compliance and Corporate Governance practice groups, authored an article for the Orange County Business Journal regarding the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). The article, “California Voters Can Expose Businesses to New Penalties for Data Privacy and Security Violations,” detailed the new rights that would become effective next year if voters decide to enact the CCPA that would impose obligations on many companies to update their privacy policies, strengthen their information security systems and enhance their process for mapping organizational data flows. Read the full article below.
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