California privacy law
While many states offer some kind of private right of action, it's not always possible to make a case for violations of privacy laws. That's where the private right of action comes in. California created a privacy protection agency that will receive $10 million a year to enforce its laws. In Virginia, a state attorney general's office handles enforcement with $400,000 in funding, supplemented by fines.
The California Privacy Act requires businesses to comply with its new guidelines, which are more than similar to EU legislation. For example, it does not require companies to respect DNT settings, but it does require businesses to include other privacy choices and contact information. This means that your website must include contact information as well as your website's address. So if you're in California, you have a lot to learn about new privacy laws.
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