CA Justices Back Online Retailers Over Cardholder Data
No statutory penalties are available when online retailers ask for personal information, Goodwin Liu concluded, because the state's consumer protection law was written before such transactions could be envisioned.
By Scott GrahamFebruary 04, 2013Originally published on The Recorder
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