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For more than a decade, California has stood at the forefront of the privacy legislation wave. Two 2003 California statutes have stood out and, in fact, revolutionized the field: the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA), which was the first state law to require websites to post a privacy policy, and the law commonly known as “SB 1386,” the first security breach notification statute. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, IAPP Westin Fellow Kelsey Finch examines five new laws as well as legislation that is currently pending in California.
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