Tag Archives: California

Court Rules Drivers Lack Standing to Pursue Claims Against Uber Because Data Breach Did Not Include Drivers’ Social Security Numbers

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California companies housing their drivers’ personal information may feel less exposed to liability in light of the Northern District of California’s holding in Antman v. Uber Technologies, Inc. in May.[1] The trial court in Antman found that Uber was not liable to its drivers after hackers illicitly accessed their personal information through Uber’s computer system.[2] … Continue reading this entry

California Moves Towards GDPR-like Privacy Protections in the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018

CCPA At-A-Glance The new law gives consumers broad rights to access and control of their personal information and imposes technical, notice, and financial obligations on affected businesses. CCPA was enacted to protect the privacy of California consumers and has some similar characteristics to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), including a new and very … Continue reading this entry

Your Webpage Is About to Violate the Law -- And Other Changes to Prop 65 Warning Requirements

Big changes are coming to a regulation that, while well meaning, cost businesses selling products in California more than $50M in 2017 and similar amounts in prior years.  California’s Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, more commonly known as Proposition 65 (“Prop 65”), is getting a makeover – new warnings, shifting burdens … Continue reading this entry