Californians for Consumer Privacy (CCP) is publishing this detailed analysis comparing the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) to the proposed federal privacy law currently being considered in Washington — the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA). The goal of this document is to refute claims that ADPPA is a stronger privacy law than CPRA. The comparison most referenced by proponents of the ADPPA is an analysis published by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). Therefore, CCP will use EPIC’s comparison as a benchmark for its analysis.
- ￼A Statement From Alastair Mactaggart, Co-Author and Sponsor of The California Privacy Rights Act, on being Appointed to the California Privacy Protection Agency Board
- Letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi Opposing The American Data Privacy and Protection Act
- Detailed Analysis Shows CPRA is Significantly Stronger than ADPPA
- Californians for Consumer Privacy Announce Opposition to ADPPA
- A Statement from Alastair Mactaggart, Co-Author of the California Privacy Rights Act, on California Privacy Protection Agency Board Appointments