California's SB 1411 Bill Criminalizes Online Impersonations

California's SB 1411, for criminal and civil penalties for certain online impersonations, goes into effect starting today. The consequences include a fine of up to $1,000, and/ or up to a year in jail.The state has created a new crime, and a new section is being added to the penal code.The full text and a […]

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California's SB 1411, for criminal and civil penalties for certain online impersonations, goes into effect starting today. The consequences include a fine of up to $1,000, and/ or up to a year in jail.

The state has created a new crime, and a new section is being added to the penal code.

The full text and a summary of the bill are embedded below:

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