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The technologies are tried and true and we need to think about fully adopting it for our buildings.”The high average cost of construction in California compared to other states could create some backlash for the bill.Senator Scott Wiener, who introduced the bill, told the San Francisco Chronicle, “It either pays for itself over time or you don’t even have to own the panels.It could be the first legislative mandate for Io T device manufacturers to proactively implement “security by design” (that is, at an early stage, and built into the product development process, rather than added reactively later as a “patch” or as an optional or voluntary industry best practice). If enacted as currently written, the bill would require a manufacturer that sells or offers a connected device “capable of connecting to the Internet, directly or indirectly, or to another connected device” to: The bill would also require retailers to provide a short, plainly-written notice of the device’s information collection functions at the point of sale.Consequently, the requirements under this bill could have a significant R&D and budgetary impact on Io T device development, making what was once a manufacturer’s afterthought a key component at the design and production stages of any Io T device that is produced for sale to consumers in the U. That notice would need to include statements indicating whether “the device is capable of collecting audio, video, location, biometric, health, or other personal or sensitive consumer information” and where a consumer can find the privacy policy applicable to the device.A law based on California’s Senate Bill 327 could significantly impact the entire Io T industry and not merely the largest players and products such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home, or connected cars and wearables.For one thing, California is perhaps the largest commercial market for emerging technology and Io T products and a leading test bed for them, so any California state law governing the security of Io T products will likely be the starting point for security of Io T products sold throughout the U. (i.e., the designed security features for the home router sold in California will likely be the same for an identical make/model home router sold in Ohio whatever the differences that may exist under state law).1, 2017, and six other states, including Oregon, Illinois and Connecticut, have enacted legislation to set up plans of their own.All told, at least 30 states are in various stages of setting up retirement plans—some mandatory for employers and some voluntary—according to the Georgetown University Center for Retirement Initiatives.

"California is a game-changer," says Georgetown Center executive director Angela Antonelli, who expects the program will bring national attention to the retirement coverage gap.In California, mandated reporters are professionals, who, in the ordinary course of their work have regular contact with children, disabled persons, or senior citizens, and are required to report physical, sexual, or other types of abuse.These reports are to be made whenever abuse or neglect is observed or suspected or when there is evidence of neglect, knowledge of an incident, or an imminent risk of serious harm.This would set a foundation for further regulations to make the state even greener than before.Chief Operations Officer, says the bill could be a milestone in the growing renewable energy trend in the country. It’s going to make a huge impact on reducing carbon emissions for buildings.The California bill was introduced at nearly the same time the FTC brought an enforcement complaint in federal court in California against a computer networking equipment manufacturer for failing to take reasonable steps to secure its products from hackers.