It's your personal information. Take back control!

Do you know who owns your personal information?

Do you know how businesses make billions of dollars a year with your private data?

Do you realize how vulnerable your identity is to being bought, sold, and stolen?

The California Consumer Privacy Act, a statewide ballot proposition that will appear on the November ballot, establishes new, groundbreaking consumer privacy rights.

It empowers you to find out what information businesses are collecting about you and gives you the choice to tell businesses to stop selling your personal information.

What does the California Consumer Privacy Act do?

1

Gives You Ownership

Protect your right to tell a business not to share or sell your personal information.

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2

Gives You Control

Gain control over the personal information that is collected about you.

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3

Gives You Security

Hold businesses responsible for safeguarding your personal information.

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INVEST IN THE FUTURE OF PRIVACY

READ THE INITIATIVE

For more information on the California Consumer Privacy Act, read the full initiative or the official Title and Summary.
Full InitiativeTitle and Summary
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