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Apple denied appeal to dismiss class action lawsuit over California labor code violations
The lawsuit cites Apple for not granting “timely” meal breaks, rest breaks, and final paychecks.
| December 6
California enacts 'kill switch' bill to combat smartphone theft in most populous state
California Governor Jerry Brown has signed the "kill switch" bill.
| August 26
Smartphone 'kill-switch' bill now awaits governor's approval in California
California's smartphone "kill-switch" bill could soon be made law in the U.S. state.
| August 12
Apple faces class action lawsuit over alleged Labor Code violations in California
Apple is now facing a class action lawsuit filed by a number of its former employees over alleged violations of the Californina Labor Code.
| July 23
California Senate Now Passes Smartphone Kill-Switch Bill
From July 2015, all smartphones in California will need to offer customers access to "kill-switch" options.
| May 9
Californian Legislators Reject 'Kill-Switch' Bill For Smartphones
Californian legislators recently ruled against a mandatory kill-switch for smartphones.
| April 25
California Allowed To Seize Phones Without Warrants
California officials are now allowed to dig through someone’s mobile phone contents without a warrant. The California Supreme Court made this decision based on a Fourth Amendment Case.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| January 6