What You Should Know About Calif.'s Right To Know Act

Law360, New York (April 17, 2013, 12:24 PM EDT) -- California’s Right to Know Act of 2013 (Assembly Bill 1291) permits an individual to obtain full disclosure upon request of personal information held by a company about the individual. It is the latest in a long line of privacy initiatives from California, which considers itself a leader in this space. California privacy laws often spread throughout the country, so beyond its impact in California, the Right to Know Act may create significant compliance implications and litigation risks for businesses throughout the country.

California’s proactive approach has driven privacy debates for more than a decade. For example, in 2002, California passed its...

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