When California Senate bill 327 passed in 2019, many hailed it as a major victory for the field of IoT device and data protection for not only California, but the rest of the nation as well.
Yet, on closer inspection, the newly enacted law may not have as much bite as many believe. While there are a few specifics that IoT manufacturers will have to adhere to, the remainder of the law is open to interpretation. Additionally, little is said regarding penalties for those companies that are found to be defying the rules.
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