California judges are full of it.

Grrrr. My blood is back to boiling temperature. The Register reports that a California judge has ruled that credit card companies or associated companies do NOT have to notify their card holders if (when) their personal information has been stolen.

But a San Francisco Superior Court Judge, Richard Kramer, disagreed. “I don’t see the emergency,” he said. “I don’t think there is an immediate threat of irreparable injury” to consumers.

More info at this Register page.