Need To Update?
In 2013, California passed an amendment to the California Online Privacy Protection Act. It requires websites to disclose if they follow “do not track” signals from browsers in their privacy policies as of January 1, 2014 among other new disclosure requirements. If you haven’t updated your website since Twilight referred to a time of day and not a bad vampire movie, well, you are in violation of this and many other laws.
Can you just change the language in your website legal documents and get on with running your business?
In a word – no.
Read, Read, Read
There is, however, one significant caveat.
Richard A. Chapo, Esq.
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