Employees? Pfft! What are they good for? Oh, right. California has enacted a new sweeping privacy law. So, how does the California Consumer Privacy Act applies to employees? [Read more…] about Does The California Consumer Privacy Act Apply To Employees?
The law is often filled with complicated questions and nuanced interpretations of complex legal topics. As one of our Presidents once said, “Well, it depends what the definition of ‘is’…is.” Ah, but you – the non-lawyer – occasionally get lucky and hit upon a topic where there is a simple, direct answer in the field of law. Such is the case when raising the relationship between the California Consumer Privacy Act and Non-Profits. [Read more…] about The California Consumer Privacy Act and Non-Profits
People are strange…with apologies to The Doors. Alas, politicians are stranger. And this brings us to the story of the peculiar origins of the California Consumer Privacy Act, the new privacy law in California that is causing a mighty ruckus. [Read more…] about The Peculiar Origins Of The California Consumer Privacy Act
The federal government has shown little interest in the topic of privacy despite the world seemingly being fixated on the subject. What is the Californa Consumer Privacy Act? An effort by California to step into the void and set a new privacy standard for personal information collection and use in the United States. [Read more…] about What Is The California Consumer Privacy Act?
An aside, if you will on deja vu:
“There’s an expression, deja vu, that means that you feel like you’ve been somewhere before, that you’ve somehow already dreamed it or experienced it in your mind.” – Neil Gaiman
Why mention deja vu and this quote? Because the European Union is suffering through a severe case of deja vu even if a few of the EU bureaucrats seem unable to recognize it. Yes, we’re talking about the infamous new link tax. [Read more…] about Why The EU Link Tax Will Fail