California Consumer Privacy Act

data privacyOn June 5, Husch Blackwell’s privacy and data security practice group will host another webinar on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). In this webinar, we will:

  • Provide a brief overview of the CCPA and its requirements
  • Analyze the current proposed amendments and how they would modify the CCPA
  • Discuss the proposed amendments that have

Texas flagAs we previously reported, the Texas legislature has been considering two bills directed at addressing consumer privacy. Those bills were proposed in the wake of last year’s enactment of the California Consumer Privacy Act.

On May 7, 2019, the Texas House voted overwhelmingly to pass one of those bills – HB 4390 – however,

data privacy[Update:  After publication of the below post, AB 1035 was amended to remove the below-referenced language. The fact that the California legislature considered defining what constitutes “reasonable security procedures and practices” for purposes of the CCPA’s private right of action but, at least as of now, did not proceed with such legislation leaves businesses subject

data privacyAs we first reported in February, the Nevada legislature has been considering legislation that would amend its online privacy notice statutes, NRS 603A.300 to 360. Among other things, Nevada’s existing law requires “operators” to provide a notice to consumers that (1) identifies the types of information the operator collects online, (2) describes the