The Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act (ICRAA) is a California law that requires Read More
In California, criminal histories (rap sheets) compiled by law enforcement agencies are not public record. Only certain employers such as public utilities, law enforcement, security guard firms and child care facilities have access to this information.Read More
Yes, but all verifiable sources of income must be considered the same. For example, disability income may not be treated differently from office job income.Read More
Victims Speak Out on Identity Theft: A Survey of Identity Theft Victims and Recommendations for Reform
A CALPIRG/Privacy Rights Clearinghouse Report
By Janine Benner, CALPIRG; Beth Givens, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse; and Ed Mierzwinski, USPIRG.
I. Executive SummaryRead More
California—providing its residents the right to privacy in its state constitution—has historically led the nation in consumer privacy. Read More