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The Future of Data Breach Litigation

The Marketplace of Ideas

Release Date: 04/13/2020

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Listen in as Andrew Friedman, Elizabeth Canter, and Peter Davidson discuss the impact of the new California Consumer Privacy Act on data security, and what the future may hold for consumers and the companies that are handling their data.

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With no uniform federal policy in place, some states have begun searching for their own solutions to the common threat data breaches pose. On January 1, 2020 California passed the Consumer Privacy Act to provide statutory damages for individuals whose information has been compromised.

Listen in as Andrew Friedman, Elizabeth Canter, and Peter Davidson discuss the impact of this new California law on data security, and what the future may hold for consumers and the companies that are handling their data.