Calif. AG Launches Tool To Report Privacy Policy Violations

By Allison Grande (October 17, 2016, 10:47 PM EDT) -- California's attorney general on Friday rolled out an online form aimed at making it easier for consumers to report suspected violations of a state law requiring website and app operators to post clear privacy policies, with information including how they respond to "do not track" requests.

In an effort to boost compliance with the California Online Privacy Protection Act, or CalOPPA, Attorney General Kamala Harris released an online form to help consumers report websites, mobile apps and other online services that are in violation of the landmark 2003 statute, which requires covered entities to conspicuously post privacy policies.

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