Maine Enacts ISP Privacy Legislation

In October 2016, the Federal Communications Commission in a 3-2 party-line vote adopted privacy rules for internet service providers. The rules imposed an opt-out standard, except for financial information, health information, precise geolocation information (as from your phone GPS), social security numbers, information relating to children, web browsing history, app usage history, and the content…

CLA Legislative Day: CaCPA Is a Top Issue for Sacramento Judiciary Committees

At the California Lawyers Association’s debut Legislative Day, members were able to meet with (i) Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, Chair, Senate Judiciary Committee; (ii) Senator Andreas Borgeas, Vice-Chair, Senate Judiciary Committee; (iii) Assembly Member Mark Stone, Chair, Assembly Judiciary Committee; (iv) Assembly Member Ash Kalra, Member, Assembly Judiciary Committee; (v) Che Salinas, Chief Deputy Legislative Affairs Secretary for Operations,…

CLA/TIP Monthly Call – Sacramento Update with Saul Bercovitch

California Legislative Update with Saul Bercovitch, CLA Director of Governmental Affairs Wednesday, March 13th at Noon Pacific Time Dial-in number 855-520-7605 / Passcode 1211276419# Agenda Part 1: Introduction Welcome/Introductions World Wide Web at 30 Part 2: Presentation by Saul Bercovitch Saul Bercovitch is the Director of Governmental Affairs for the California Lawyers Association (CLA) and he…

Cal AG Offers Legislation Making CaCPA More Onerous and Expand Private Right of Action

Cal AG Offers Legislation Making CaCPA More Onerous On Monday, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson today unveiled  Senate Bill 561 to amend the California Consumer Privacy Act (CaCPA) passed last year in three critical respects as described in their joint press release: (1) Removes the Attorney General’s requirement to provide 30-day…