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CCPA Expansion Proposed

On Monday, Feb. 25, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, together with Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson (D), announced Senate Bill 561 to amend the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Most significantly, SB 561 would effectively eliminate the AG’s responsibility to provide guidance to businesses on how to comply with the CCPA while simultaneously expanding the right of … Continue Reading

Connecticut to Require Notice to Attorney General Following a Breach

Connecticut has been in the forefront in protecting the personal information of its residents.  In July 2010, in the first action by a state attorney general for violations of HIPAA since HITECH authorized state attorneys general to enforce HIPAA, a settlement was reached between HealthNet and the state of Connecticut – stemming from a May … Continue Reading
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