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Protecting citizens’ private online information is so important that municipalities are even stepping up to provide another layer of protection to consumers, On Nov. 6, voters in San Francisco will decide whether to enact a municipal “Privacy First Policy.” If passed, businesses in the city would be required to disclose their data collection policies and obtain input from communities impacted when drafting them, says Peter Dillon, a partner with Siskinds LLP.

Read the full article featuring Siskinds partner Peter Dillon, on AdvocateDaily.com.

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