“The Assembly… passed the joint resolution authored by state Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa, in support of the legislation authored by Rep. Mike Thompson, D-St. Helena. The state Senate adopted the resolution May 21.” Read the article, click here.
A key feature of the bill is to clarify that “consumers,” not just “customers,” are covered by state data-breach protections. This is significant. It vastly expands the scope of a company’s responsibility to the public. Read the L.A. Times article, click here. —— SF Chronicle – “But the price of protection against online piracy is a fraction of the cost companies absorb in bad PR and lost revenue after a huge data breach.” Read the article, click here.
Dodd knows how to build bridges. His goals are grounded, sensible and geared toward providing a fiscally sound, environmentally sustainable and economically thriving future for our next generation. Read more: http://bit.ly/2e9EKZR