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Daily Dashboard | Measuring how encryption impacts potential liability under CCPA Related reading: A look at European Parliament's AI Act negotiations

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In the last decade, California has suffered twice as many data breaches as any other state, with roughly 1,493 breaches affecting nearly 5.6 billion records. Where California’s privacy laws apply to an organization, encrypting customer data will provide immunity from the private right of action under the California Consumer Privacy Act and limit obligations of notification in the event of a data breach under California’s data breach notification law. Santa Clara University School of Law's Soliman Hatef, CIPP/US, explores encryption's impact for California organizations in this piece for The Privacy Advisor.
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