In this inaugural episode, Daniel Zarchy speaks with Matthew Seror, Weiss Hamid, and Karl Gerner about the recent high-profile lawsuits alleging violation of California’s Unfair Competition Law through noncompliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act. They also discuss the California Privacy Rights Act ballot referendum, how it would change privacy laws in California, and the effects it may have on pushes for a nationwide privacy law.

 

 


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