San Francisco Follows Chicago With Privacy Plan

Law360 (August 14, 2018, 1:27 PM EDT) -- On Nov. 6, 2018, voters in San Francisco will decide whether to enact the city's "Privacy First Policy" that aims to protect the personal information of residents and visitors from abuse by companies doing business in San Francisco. The policy establishes a set of privacy principles to guide the city's government when considering the adoption of privacy policies, laws, and regulations, and when determining whether to issue permits, licenses, or other entitlements to its contractors and third parties. If the policy is passed, businesses in San Francisco would be required to disclose their data collection policies and obtain input from communities...

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