Tag Archives: California Online Privacy Protection Act

Industry Grapples With Implementing “Do Not Track” Disclosures; IAB Outlines “Guiding Principles” for a Post-Cookie World

California’s recent amendments to the California Online Privacy Protection Act require certain online services to make additional disclosures about how they respond to browser-based Do Not Track signals―new obligations that went into effect on January 1.  Along with Joanne McNabb of the Office of the California Attorney General, Kurt Wimmer and I will be discussing … Continue Reading

Roundup of Recently Enacted Privacy Legislation in California; Some Measures Will Become Effective on January 1, 2014

The California legislature has enacted a flurry of privacy-related laws over the past few months.   Still more bills are pending.  This post provides a brief overview of new privacy laws enacted in California in 2013, including measures that will become effective on January 1, 2014.  For a more detailed look at some of these key … Continue Reading

Bill Adding Do-Not-Track Disclosures to CalOPPA Passes California Senate

Last week the California Senate unanimously approved a bill requiring that operators of commercial websites and online services that collect personal information disclose how they respond to “do-not-track” signals from web browsers and whether they allow third parties to engage in online tracking.  The legislation, which was introduced by Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi, has been sponsored … Continue Reading

Key Takeaways from the California AG’s Mobile Apps Report

Yesterday, California Attorney General Kamala Harris continued her efforts to promote privacy best practices in the mobile app ecosystem by issuing a number of recommendations in her report, “Privacy on the Go.”  The report encourages app developers, platform providers, ad networks, OS developers, and even mobile carriers to incorporate privacy by design into their products … Continue Reading

Delta Sued for Failure to Provide In-App Privacy Policy

California Attorney General Kamala Harris has made good on her promise to get tough with mobile app makers that fail to provide privacy policies in their apps.  Yesterday, her office sued Delta Airlines for violating the California Online Privacy Protection Act (“CalOPPA”), which requires providers of websites and “online services” to conspicuously post privacy policies … Continue Reading
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