California has been a leader in information privacy law for decades. State legislation from the Golden State influences other states, federal lawmakers in Washington, and the world.

A sterling example of the “California Effect” is the state’s data breach notification legislation. First passed in Sacramento in 2002, breach notification laws have now been enacted by another 45 states. In the HITECH Act in 2009, federal lawmakers adopted this idea for health care information.

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