Calif. Privacy Bill Establishes New Data Disclosure Rules

Law360, New York (April 3, 2013, 5:33 PM EDT) -- Businesses operating in California could soon be facing new data disclosure requirements under a bill sent to the state assembly's judiciary committee on Tuesday that expands the definition of personal information and forces companies to reveal all the ways they are using private data.

AB 1291, also known as the Right to Know Act of 2013, would require companies that collect consumer information to provide customers with the names and addresses of all data brokers, advertisers and other who were granted access to the information, as...
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