Month: May 2019

CCPA Amendments: Expanded Private Right of Action Blocked; Exclusion of HR Data Advances

A number of bills seeking to amend the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) have been introduced this year, none more closely watched than SB 561, which would have extended the private right of action under the CCPA from security breaches to any violation of the CCPA.  Despite support […]

App Developers Must Consider Platform Rules in Addition to Legal Requirements

Recently, app store providers have become increasingly active in imposing and enforcing privacy requirements for developers. For example, both Apple and Google have threatened removal of apps from their respective app stores based on the collection of in-app user activity and crash logs for analytics purposes in violation of the […]