A New Sheriff in Town: Enforcement of the CCPA Picks Up Under Bonta

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The California Office of the Attorney General, under the leadership of new Attorney General Rob Bonta, has taken significant actions in recent weeks indicating that it is ramping up and potentially adding a new area of focus in its enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act. Read on for some important considerations for businesses.

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Ransomware Payments May Violate Sanctions Laws, U.S. Treasury Department Warns

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Ransomware attacks are on the rise in the wake of COVID-19, but attack victims — and third parties who assist them — could unknowingly be in violation of federal law. A new advisory from the U.S. Department of the Treasury warns that ransom payments to sanctioned individuals or entities may result in significant criminal or civil liability. Companies should closely review the details of this advisory to minimize the risk of violating the U.S. sanctions laws if they are victimized by a ransomware attack.

For the full alert, visit the Faegre Drinker website.