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I helped draft California’s new privacy law. Here’s why it doesn’t go far enough

The California Consumer Privacy Act is the strictest privacy law in the country. But it is largely toothless and under threat by corporate lobbyists. Californians woke up this new year with the strongest data protection rights in the United States. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is now in effect, granting...
The California Consumer Privacy Act is the strictest privacy law in the country. But it is largely toothless and under threat by corporate lobbyists. Californians woke up this new year with the strongest data protection rights in the United States. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is now in effect, granting all Californians oversight and control over how corporations use our personal information. The process itself did not happen overnight or even, as some press reports have mischaracterized, in a week, but instead was the culmination of a two-and-a-half year effort to think critically and thoughtfully on what should be in effective privacy legislation. Now, all Californians have:Read Full Story
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