California’s privacy laws have now been in effect for more than two years, and we are beginning to see the consequences. Earlier this month, the California Attorney General’s office released the situations where various businesses were cited and in some cases fined for violations. It is an interesting report, notable for both its depth and breadth of cases.
The CalAG is casting a wide net and in my blog for Avast I discuss what happened there and how the privacy legal situation is evolving elsewhere. I also offer some words of advice to keep your business from getting caught up in any potential legal action.