California adopts digital privacy law

Earlier this month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a crucial law with groundbreaking implications for privacy, the Internet and free speech. Sacramento's adoption of the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act, also known as CalECPA, makes California the largest state to adopt digital privacy protections including both the content of messages and location data.

Country: Global

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: electronic communications, California, data protection, privacy, Internet, US, legislation

Posted on Thursday 22 October 2015

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