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California Wireless Network Security requirements

California minimum requirements for devices that include an integrated and enabled wireless access point

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Last updated: February 2020

California law sets out minimum requirements for wireless access point security by imposing obligations on manufacturers to ensure consumers are aware of the risks and informed as to how to protect themselves.




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