No Need for Calif. Privacy Law to Cover Employee Data


Reprinted with permission

A recent bill passed by the California Assembly could narrow the scope of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) to exclude information relating to employees. California Assembly Bill 25 would amend a section of the CCPA to specify the definition of “consumer” to exclude employees. MoFo Privacy + Data Security group partner Nathan Taylor analyzes the potential impact of the bill in this contributed article to Law360.



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