Compliance with out-of-state investigative requests, like warrants, just got a little trickier for some California-based companies.

Read on for details and implications of a new California law that, among other things, prohibits technology and communications companies based in the state from providing user data to out-of-state authorities investigating abortions that would be legal under California

On May 25, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it, along with the Department of Justice, fined Twitter $150 million for violating a 2011 agreement with the FTC in which Twitter promised to protect the integrity of nonpublic consumer information, including users’ phone numbers and email addresses.

Read on for details about the alleged violations