State Attorneys General

On June 21, 2018, California lawmakers introduced AB 375, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. If enacted and signed by the Governor by June 28, 2018, AB 375 would introduce key privacy requirements for businesses, but would also result in the removal of a ballot initiative of the same name from the November 6, 2018, statewide ballot.
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On November 6, 2018, California voters will consider a ballot initiative called the California Consumer Privacy Act. The Act is designed to give California residents the right to request from businesses the categories of personal information the business has sold or disclosed to third parties, with some exceptions.
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On June 2, 2018, Oregon’s amended data breach notification law went into effect. Among other changes, the amended law broadens the applicability of breach notification requirements, prohibits fees for security freezes and related services provided to consumers in the wake of a breach and adds a specific notification timing requirement.
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On October 31, 2017, the New York and Vermont Attorneys General announced a settlement with Hilton Domestic Operating Company, Inc., to settle allegations that the company lacked reasonable data security and waited too long to report a pair of 2015 data breaches, which exposed over 350,000 credit card numbers.
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