• California contemplates a tough new data protection law that would require businesses holding consumers’ personal information to disclose to the consumer all of the third parties to which it has sent the information.
  • Technology contractors for the U.S. government are not happy about anti-China provisions in continuing budget resolution.
  • Google publishes data on all copyright/DMCA takedown notices it receives (for search results); some studios say it inadvertently creates a treasure trove of illegal content.
  • IRS memo implies the tax collection agency may be reading emails in fraud cases without a warrant.
  • Japan joins TPP trade and intellectual property rights negotiations.

–Brad Edmondson

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