California

Consumer data privacy protections received a boost at the recent US general election, with voters passing a ballot measure that amends and expands the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. Proposition 24 passed by more than 1.7 million votes, or around 56 – 44 per cent so far, with 87

Tough new privacy legislation and employment laws which regulate gig economy workers have come into effect in California.  The two new state laws are relevant to the wider digital ecosystem because — as the largest economy in the US — California’s laws often become the de facto rules for companies

A new Californian law passed overnight requiring gig economy companies to treat their workers as employees rather than contractors. The decision is expected to be felt around the US and could rewrite the rules of the gig economy when the law comes into force in 2020. Webinar: Can I Trust