Legal lessons from across the pond

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Legal lessons from across the pond

California might have a reputation for coming up with the world's wackiest ideas, but its legislation for handling data privacy has proved to be a winner.

Senate Bill 1386 came into force in July 2003. Its aim was to defend the citizens of California against the effects of identity theft. It placed a responsibility on any organisation holding a Californian's personal details to protect those details and, in the event of any security breach, to ...

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