California Law Requires Telling Your Customers That You've Been Hacked 

July, 2003 - Brian D. Barnard

Technology Update

Brian D. Barnard
Randall E. Colson
M. Ann Newton
Related Practice Groups
Intellectual Property

A new California Law (Assembly Bill No. 700, Chapter 1054) went into effect on July 1, 2002 that requires companies who conduct business in California to notify their California-resident customers if their unencrypted personel information may have been stolen as a result of a security breach.



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