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Daily Dashboard | Upcoming Calif. IoT law may be first of many Related reading: The Washington Privacy Act is back

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The countdown is on for businesses to comply with a “first of its kind” California law going into effect Jan. 1, 2020; however, it is not the California Consumer Privacy Act. The legislation in question is a law that establishes new security requirements for the internet of things. In this piece for The Privacy Advisor, Thompson Hine's Darcy Brosky, CIPP/US, and Steven Stransky, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, look at the components of California’s IoT law, including security measures that need to meet an ambiguous standard of “reasonableness,” as well as future IoT laws that may come down the pipeline.
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