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Post-Election Headache? Legal Departments on Possible Collision Course With Data Portability

Corporate Counsel

12 Nov 2020

Julie O’Neill spoke to Corporate Counsel for an article covering a ballot measure that passed in Massachusetts expanding the state’s existing right-to-repair laws to require cars manufactured beginning in 2022 to have open-access telematics systems, which could ultimately set the table for a broader discussion around data portability that many companies may ultimately be unprepared to have.

“I think a lot of companies are not yet equipped because they are not subject to the GDPR [General Data Protection Regulation] or CCPA [California Consumer Privacy Act],” Julie said. “And it is a heavy lift. It depends on the complexity of a particular company’s systems.”

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