In a Legaltech News and Law.com article, health care partner Christine Moundas (New York) and associates David Peloquin (Boston) and Elana Bengualid (New York) discuss how a recent California Consumer Privacy Act amendment brings welcome clarifications, but also new obligations around de-identified patient data. The article analyzes the bill as finalized.
The authors note that with the amendment, the California legislature strikes a balance between facilitating biomedical and other research while increasing transparency to consumers and eliminating gaps in the application of privacy laws.
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