Delaware recently adopted a new law that will add requirements related to the destruction of records containing “personal identifying information.” With that law, Delaware joined a number of other states that place restrictions on the ways in which entities destroy or dispose of personal information. The Delaware law will become effective January 1, 2015.
On Tuesday, October 30, the California Attorney General Kamala Harris announced that her office has begun “formally notifying” mobile device application (“app”) operators that they are out of compliance with the notice provisions of the California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (“CalOPPA”). The letters are a reminder that app developers and their partners should review their app data privacy and security practices and ensure that any apps collecting PII comply with the CalOPPA requirements, as well as other applicable Federal and state laws.
Hogan Lovells is proud to have six lawyers from its Privacy and Information Management group presenting at various sessions of this year’s IAPP Global Privacy Summit. For those attending the Summit, please consider attending the sessions this week to hear from members of the Hogan Lovells team about various cutting edge topics, as well as about how you can get involved in the IAPP’s public service initiative.