A recent bill to amend California’s landmark data privacy law seeks to expand potential liability for violations—bringing little comfort to those already concerned about the risks and challenges associated with achieving compliance in advance of the law’s upcoming effective date.

The proposal—Senate Bill 561, introduced on February 25, 2019, by
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2018 was another busy year for lawyers in the privacy/cybersecurity world – GDPR, CCPA, Marriott, New York Department of Financial Service’s cybersecurity rule deadlines, increased SEC enforcement, more data breach lawsuits, more companies doing table top exercises and risk assessments, etc. But 2019 is looking to be even busier. Below
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