California AG Issues New Guidance on Online Privacy

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California has led the way in many privacy-related laws, including the now ubiquitous data breach notification laws, as well as in online privacy.  In 2003, California enacted CalOPPA, one of the only laws in the country that requires websites to have an online privacy policy.[1]  In 2013, this law was amended to require disclosures regarding online tracking, specifically disclosures regarding:

  • The operator’s response to a browser DNT signal or to “other mechanisms”, and
  • The possible presence of other parties conducting online tracking ...
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