Tag: California Consumer Privacy Act

Recent Privacy Law Changes for Advisers a Focus of Cyber Discussion in Scottsdale

Regulators and legislators certainly have been busy in 2019, leaving little breathing room for financial firms. More data privacy laws are on the horizon, particularly at the state level, with some very real implications for SEC-registered investment advisers. That was the key message from the “Regulatory Update on Privacy Regulations and Cybersecurity” panel during the … Continued

Coming to America – California Adopts GDPR-Like Privacy Regulation

After a number of firms struggled last year to get their marketing and information systems into compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), advisers to U.S. clients will soon be facing similar requirements on the home front. On the heels of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, California enacted the California Consumer Privacy Act of … Continued

California Privacy Law Brings ‘GDPR-Lite’ to the U.S.

In what has become an ongoing race among states to have the toughest privacy regulation in the U.S., California has jumped to the front. On June 28, 2018, California’s legislature unanimously passed a privacy bill that was later signed by Governor Jerry Brown, which simultaneously strengthens privacy protections for California residents while possibly mooting an … Continued


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