They Want Your Name…Why This New Law May Keep You Up at Night

When I started working for Chrysler Credit Thirty-Four years ago today, there were no rules centered around the acquisition of public record data, or how it was used.  The FDCPA was released in 1977, but I don’t recall hearing that term until at least the mid 80s.  The word compliance was not a part of my training, and frankly, we pretty much did what we wanted to find people and get our cars back. SB34 was passed by California Legislature and signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown in Oct, 2015 and it went into effect Jan 1, 2016. […]

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California SB-34

At masterQueue we take Privacy, Security and Compliance very seriously.   The new California SB 34 legislation is complex and detailed with regard to any/all State of California related ALPR data that may be applied throughout the US.   We felt the topic was important enough that we proactively built security measures into our system so that any account that has ALPR data attached to it has the added protection of the Permissible Purpose screen and associated tracking and reporting to assist our clients’ in staying compliant to all laws and regulations. Towards that, below is the new feature announcement email I [...] Read more »