Experimentation in Privacy Law Leads to Increased Complexity

In a recent New York Law Journal article, “Experimentation in Privacy Law Leads to Increased Complexity,” F. Paul Greene, HSE partner and chair of the Privacy and Data Security practice group, describes the potential level of complexity brought on by “courageous states” in relation to their breach notification statues. Paul explains the impact of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), current proposed changes to CCPA, and some comparisons to what other states are doing.

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