Companies around the United States have to comply with California privacy laws—because their web or mobile sites are accessible to consumers in California, because they have customers or employees in California or because their enterprise customers have customers or employees in California. Ever since the people of California added a right to privacy to Article 1 of the California Constitution by way of a proposition in 1972, the California legislature has been prolific in enacting and updating privacy laws, many with private rights of action that are enforced by way of class action lawsuits against companies within and outside the Golden State. Today, California leads the nation not only as an innovation hub for information technologies, but also with the most comprehensive, stringent and up-to-date information privacy laws.
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