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App Developers Need to Post Privacy Policies

magnifying glass book-thumb-100x62-14871.jpgMobile application ("app") developers, both the ones who write the code and the ones whose services or goods are being sold, may need to comply with a patchwork of state laws. A Connecticut or Massachusetts company has a nationwide reach when it offers an app for download in the Apple App Store, Google Play, or Windows Store. One of the laws that may apply is the California Online Privacy Protection Act ("CalOPPA"), Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §§ 22575-22579. That law requires an online service operator that collects personally identifiable information ("PII") to conspicuously post a specific type of privacy policy.

How to Report a Data Breach in Connecticut

personal data.jpgAll business owners in Connecticut need to learn how to report a data breach. A new Connecticut law requires business owners to notify the Office of the Attorney General in the event of a breach of security involving unauthorized access to or acquisition of electronic files, media, databases or computerized data containing personal information. Conn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 36a-701b

HARTFORD BUSINESS LITIGATION: HOW TO MAKE THE OTHER SIDE PAY YOUR ATTORNEYS' FEES

Connecticut commercial litigation attorneys who follow best practices will look to the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act, commonly referred to as "CUTPA" to increase damages claims arising from breach of contract or other type of business dispute. Click here for link to Connecticut General Statutes Sec. 42-110 et seq

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