STLR Link Roundup – April 9, 2019

Proposed Amendment to the CCPA Would Create a Private Right of Action for All Violators After the enactment of the GDPR in May 2018, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 was a “first-in-the-nation regulatory overhaul” for data protection. “The CCPA expanded consumer data protection laws by requiring large businesses operating in California to, among other things, notify their customers about the nature of their data collection (including what type of data is being collected Continue Reading →

The Legal Implications of 3D Printed Guns

3D Printed Guns and The Law Recently, 3D printing has become the center of an ongoing legal controversy.  As the law struggles to catch up with technology, there has been much debate about which legal rights, if any, apply to the possession of the blueprints for these weapons and of the weapons themselves. How does 3D printing work? 3D printing was invented earlier than most people think. In 1983, Chuck Hull worked for a local Continue Reading →