Privacy coalition opposes efforts to undo new data privacy law

Source: Adam Schwartz & Lee Tien, Electronic Frontier Foundation

On June 28, California enacted the Consumer Privacy Act (S.B. 375). It seeks to protect the data privacy of technology users and others by imposing new rules on companies that gather, use, and share personal data. While this law is a step forward, it also has important flaws that must be fixed. The law does not go into effect until January 2020, which means privacy advocates like EFF have 18 months to fix those flaws and strengthen it.

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