Almost everything you do generates electronic data and personally identifiable information. How private is that data and what can be done with it?
Privacy Compliance and Litigation in California is a title devoted to answering those questions. The book sets out the state and federal privacy laws and regulations that govern a range of activities, including marketing to potential customers, providing financial services, maintaining health records, and interviewing prospective employees. It analyzes what businesses must do to meet these legal obligations and what remedies are available to individuals or entities if their privacy is unlawfully breached.
This title is available through the Law Library’s subscription to the electronic database CEB OnLaw. It is available at our Downtown and Vista locations, as well as at our partner libraries in El Cajon and Chula Vista (Civic Center) at their Law Library computer terminals.