Daily Digest – August 29. Judge Sanctions Plaintiff’s Attorney; Conn. Regulator Revokes Agency’s License, Fines it $100k

JUDGE SANCTIONS PLAINTIFF’S ATTORNEY FOR PROLONGING LITIGATION

CONNECTICUT REGULATOR REVOKES LICENSE, FINES AGENCY $100K

  • Not answering your mail is an expensive proposition, especially when you’re being asked by a state regulator for information to ensure your business can operate soundly.
  • The agency did not provide information requested during an examination by state regulators.

CALIFORNIA AG ISSUES $1.2M FINE FOR CCPA VIOLATION

  • The fine was assessed against a retailer for not making disclosures to consumers notifying them that their information was being sold to third parties.
  • The AG’s office also announced that other businesses were accused of not complying with opt-out notifications provided via browser plugins and technology that consumers are using to prevent their information from being sold.

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