Beauty products retailer to pay $1.2M to settle Calif. privacy charges

– Advertisement – Beauty products retailer Sephora Inc. will pay $1.2 million to settle charges it violated the California Consumer Privacy Act, the California attorney general’s office said Wednesday. California AG Rob Bonta said in a statement that Sephora, whose U.S. headquarters is in San Francisco, failed to disclose to consumers it was selling their … Read more

Calif. Senate passes lifeguard skin cancer presumption, insurance fraud bill

– Advertisement – The California Senate on Tuesday unanimously passed a bill that would expand the presumption that skin cancer is work-related for peace officers with the state departments of Fish and Wildlife and Parks and Recreation. A.B. 334, which was sent to the governor, is a carry-over bill from 2021 that would create a presumption … Read more

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