Californians enacted the strongest privacy law in America, Proposition 24, the California Privacy Rights Act, on election night by 56%.
By Jonathan Greig, TECH REPUBLIC
November 5, 2020
Millions of California voters have backed a controversial amendment to the state's consumer privacy laws, voting in favor of Proposition 24 by a 56%-44% margin.
Critics worry that the curatives in Prop. 24 are worse than the disease of privacy-rights violations.
By Seth Rosenblatt, DARK READING
November 2, 2020
In a letter to the Senate Elections Committee, Consumer Watchdog questions the Big Tech company's motives
By Julia Musto, FOX BUSINESS
October 31, 2020
Los Angeles, CA -- Consumer Watchdog today called for the Senate Elections Committee to investigate why a Google search for Prop 24 was, until last night, the only one of 12 ballot initiatives where the result for the nonpartisan Secretary of State reflected the “Con” argument’s negative propaganda.
By Patrick W. Dunne, DIGITAL PRIVACY NEWS
October 29, 2020
California residents will vote Tuesday on a divisive privacy initiative: Prop 24, also known as the California Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act.