10 Recent Changes to the CCPA that Businesses Should Know About

10 Recent Changes to the CCPA that Businesses Should Know About

Key Takeaways: Subject data rights for employee data and business-to-business data were narrowed (for a year). The definition of personal information was clarified; the toll-free number requirement has an exception. The definition of sale remains unchanged. The California legislative session is over and the nine-month effort to amend the California ... Read More
CCPA Countdown: A Mixed Bag of Amendments Advance With Five Months to Go

CCPA Countdown: A Mixed Bag of Amendments Advance With Five Months to Go

The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) goes into effect on January 1, 2020, but the contours of the law are still being ironed out. Following a marathon debate at a California Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing, the scope of these potential legislative changes is coming into focus. While certain bills amending ... Read More
DOJ Reverses Course on the Wire Act

DOJ Reverses Course on the Wire Act

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In a surprisingly result-oriented analysis, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) has reversed its view on the scope of the Wire Act, declaring that the Wire Act is not limited to sports gambling. The opinion authored by the Office of Legal Counsel, (dated November 2, 2018 and made public earlier this ... Read More