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‘Do Not Track’ Is Back, and This Time It Might Work

‘Do Not Track’ Is Back, and This Time It Might Work

he California Privacy Rights Act, on the ballot this November as Proposition 24, explicitly turns “do not sell” into “do not sell or share.” The law, which is expected to pass, wouldn’t take effect until 2023, but it would eventually force businesses to honor the global privacy control …

Our Privacy Matters: Yes on Prop 24

Our Privacy Matters: Yes on Prop 24

Prop 24 seeks to put an end to this kind of discrimination [digital redlining] and abuse of our most private information. Prop 24 creates new rights to stop businesses from using our sensitive personal information, including our health and financial data …

Andrew Yang takes lead in California data privacy measure

Andrew Yang takes lead in California data privacy measure

“I think this [Prop 24] is going to be an opportunity for us to set a national standard,” said Yang. “As soon as other states see that Californians have these data and privacy rights, they’re going to want the same thing.” …

California Prop. 24: Consumer privacy

California Prop. 24: Consumer privacy

If Proposition 24 passes, it would make changes to California’s new consumer privacy law, allowing consumers new rights to limit the sharing of their personal information …

How Calif. Privacy Rights Act Could Shape Privacy Landscape

How Calif. Privacy Rights Act Could Shape Privacy Landscape

The CPRA [Proposition 24] redefines the privacy landscape, and goes well beyond the requirements imposed by the CCPA. The changes in the CPRA will push entities to take such actions as being even stricter with their uses of personal information, offering additional rights to consumers, …

The L.A. Times’ endorsements in the November 2020 election

The L.A. Times’ endorsements in the November 2020 election

Proposition 24 (consumer data privacy) — Yes. The state’s groundbreaking data privacy law has come under attack in the Legislature. This measure would expand the protections for personal data and bar the Legislature from weakening them, while leaving the door open for improvements …

California’s Prop. 24 is the right framework for America’s privacy law

California’s Prop. 24 is the right framework for America’s privacy law

Americans deserve privacy online. Currently, Big Tech siphons the data of millions of Americans every minute and sells and resells that data for billions of dollars. Most of us never see a dime from any of that. It’s time to put control of data and privacy rights back where it belongs: with ordinary Americans like you and me …

CA Privacy Law Reboot – CCPA 2.0

CA Privacy Law Reboot – CCPA 2.0

The CPRA would amend the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) to provide a greater level of rights for consumers and more stringent restrictions on data practices of businesses, including regarding the use of personal info for advertising and marketing purposes …

What to Know About the 12 Propositions on California’s November Ballot

What to Know About the 12 Propositions on California’s November Ballot

Prop 24 takes consumer rights further. It affords consumers more rights to prevent the sharing of their personal information and limits businesses’ use of sensitive personal information like geolocation, race, ethnicity, religion, genetic data, union membership, certain sexual orientation and health information …

US should seize chance to end data-sharing stand-off

US should seize chance to end data-sharing stand-off

But other factors may also come into play as companies seek to reboot the US-EU data-sharing framework. Voters in California will have a chance to weigh in because there is a new initiative on the November ballot in the US’s most populous state — the California Privacy Rights Act — which aligns closely with existing EU data protection law …

LA Times Editorial Board endorses CPRA

LA Times Editorial Board endorses CPRA

The LA Times Editorial Board … finds the bill to be an improvement over the California Consumer Privacy Act, noting it is closer to the text of the EU General Data Protection Regulation …

New California Privacy Rights Act on the 2020 Ballot

New California Privacy Rights Act on the 2020 Ballot

The CPRA will expand the rights of California residents under the current (stringent) California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) … It also would allow consumers to limit the use and disclosure of their sensitive personal information …

POLITICO Q&A: Former 2020 contender Andrew Yang

POLITICO Q&A: Former 2020 contender Andrew Yang

It seems pretty clear to me that state legislatures are going to end up taking the lead, with California front and center. When I realized that there was an opportunity to have California help the U.S. catch up to global leaders in protecting people’s data and privacy rights, it was a no brainer for me to do everything I could to support it …

Prop 24 in a Minute: Consumer Privacy

Prop 24 in a Minute: Consumer Privacy

Prop 24 supports the creation of a California Privacy Protection Agency to enforce an expanded version of the state’s consumer data privacy law, allowing consumers to direct businesses to not share their personal information …