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Shoeb Mohammed was a CalChamber policy advocate from December 2019 to January 2022. He specialized in privacy and cybersecurity, economic development, technology, telecommunications and elections/fair political practices issues.

Most Significant Security Breach in History Has Long-Term, Ongoing Ramifications

On November 24, 2021, Chinese technology giant Alibaba notified Apache Software Foundation of a flaw in its log4j software that has existed for years....

CalChamber, Coalitions Stop Privacy Proposals Having Unintended Consequences

Privacy legislation with broad consequences for the business community at large was stopped for the year in the Senate thanks to the opposition of...

Patchwork of State Privacy Legislation Continues as Colorado Adopts New Law

Colorado passed its Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) in June, bringing a familiar but distinct new privacy regime to the growing patchwork of privacy legislation...

California Officials Announce Appointments to California Privacy Protection Agency Board

The inaugural board for the new California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) was announced on March 17. The five-member board represents the first-ever dedicated privacy...

California to Create Nation’s First Dedicated Privacy Agency

There is never a dull moment in the world of privacy policy. An online presence is fundamental to commerce and entertainment in our society...

Did You Get a CCPA Notice of Violation from the Attorney General?

Did you receive a California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) violation notice from the Attorney General? If so, you are among the first recipients of enforcement...

State-Mandated Cyber Insurance Bill Fails Passage

Legislation opposed by the California Chamber of Commerce as an overbroad state mandate requiring contractors with state agencies to obtain cyber insurance failed to...

Does State Consumer Privacy Act Prevent Checking Employees’ Temperatures?

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our economy, business owners are trying their best to ensure that employees returning to the workplace are...

10 Cybersecurity Tips for Working from Home

As businesses rely more on technology and people begin adapting to the new work-from-home reality—in which work-related information is transmitted online and through mobile...

Businesses Ask Attorney General for More Time to Comply with Unfinished Privacy Act Regulations

While Californians struggle to shoulder the economic impacts of COVID-19, business owners are being asked to spend money and resources on compliance with new...

Privacy Act Rules: Business Needs More Time to Comply

The California Chamber of Commerce is urging the Attorney General to delay the enforcement date for regulations implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The...

Initial Draft Regulations for Privacy Act Create Concerns for Business

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) took effect on January 1, 2020. California businesses appreciate the intent of the CCPA to help consumers protect...