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Daily Dashboard | California passes law to protect victim privacy in revenge porn cases Related reading: Global 500 companies to spend $7.8B on GDPR compliance

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California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill allowing victims of revenge porn to file civil lawsuits under a pseudonym in a measure to further protect victim privacy, the Los Angeles Times reports. The new law will protect the confidentiality of victims by maintaining a pseudonym in all court documents and records and requiring all personal information be either redacted or omitted. The bill was introduced by Sen. Bob Wieckowski, D-Fremont, increasing protections put in place by a 2014 law he authored that allowed victims of revenge porn to seek damages in civil court and to remove content from the internet. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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