ICYMI – LA TIMES: “How your data are shared and sold could be California's marquee ballot battle in 2018”

November 26, 2017

Sacramento, CA – Yesterday, the Los Angeles Times published a column highlighting the California Consumer Privacy Act, which empowers consumers to take back their personal information, prevents it from being distributed without their knowledge or permission, and holds businesses accountable if your personal information is compromised in a data breach.

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