California and Privacy Legislation

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on November 25, 2002

The Privacy Journal conducted a survey of state legislation related to privacy issues, and ranked California at the top of the list due to its pro-active institution of protections for its citizens, via legislation, but also through the courts and in its constitution.
This information comes from the organization’s Compilation of State and Federal Privacy Laws, a 106 page book that costs $31.00.

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