Google to Be Fined for Failing to Comply with EU Privacy Laws

Google to Be Fined for Failing to Comply with EU Privacy Laws

Google told the EU that the EU Privacy Laws did not apply to Google’s servicesand the EU now plans to impose a sanction for “breaches of the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, as amended (French Data Protection Act) which, in practice, prevents individuals from knowing how their personal data may be used and from controlling such use.”

California Governor Ushers in a New Privacy Era in California and Beyond

By | InfoLawGroup | September 29, 2013
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Late Friday, Governor Jerry Brown of California signed into law the already infamous AB 370 as well as significant amendments to California’s existing breach notification laws via SB 46 and AB 1149.  These laws break new ground in the privacy legal landscape – and it will be interesting to see if other states follow suit, as they did with California’s original breach notification law.