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California’s new privacy law is off to a rocky start
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California’s new privacy law is off to a rocky start

California’s new privacy law was years in the making. The law, California’s Consumer Privacy Act — or CCPA — became law on January 1, allowing state residents to reclaim their right to access and control their personal data. Inspired by Europe’s GDPR, the CCPA is the largest statewide privacy law change in a generation. The…

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California’s Privacy Act: What you need to know now
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California’s Privacy Act: What you need to know now

This week California’s attorney general, Xavier Becerra, published draft guidance for enforcing the state’s landmark privacy legislation. The draft text of the regulations under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will undergo a public consultation period, including a number of public hearings, with submissions open until December 6 this year. The CCPA itself will take…

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California’s GroundBreaking SB-206 Bill Pits Tim Tebow Against LeBron James – CCN.com
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California’s GroundBreaking SB-206 Bill Pits Tim Tebow Against LeBron James – CCN.com

Star athletes are having differing views over California’s SB-206 ruling. | Source: Shutterstock, Getty; Edited by CCN The California legislature has passed an earth-shattering bill that promises to change the entire landscape of collegiate athletics. SB-206 would allow students to make endorsement deals and earn money for their efforts on the field. Many believe this…

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